AT&T Voicemail Viewer

AT&T Voicemail Viewer


You must have an AT&T U-verse® Voice or an AT&T Unified MessagingSM account in order to use this app. Voicemail-to-text is included with AT&T Voicemail Viewer for AT&T U-verse Voicemail and residential AT&T Unified Messaging accounts. Residential customers can order AT&T U-verse Voice or AT&T Unified Messaging by calling 1-800-288-2020 or by visiting att.com. Business customers can order AT&T Unified Messaging by calling the number on their bill or by visiting att.com. For information about AT&T U-verse Business Voice, please contact your AT&T Account Representative. The AT&T Voicemail Viewer app makes it easier to stay on top of your AT&T U-verse Voicemail or AT&T Unified Messaging voicemail messages directly from your Android device. Similar to looking at messages in your email inbox, Voicemail Viewer lists your messages, allowing you to choose the order in which you listen to them. With U-verse Voicemail and residential Unified Messaging, you can even read your messages as voicemail-to-text. Voicemail Viewer does not work with all Android devices. For more information and help, AT&T residential customers may visit our AT&T Voicemail Viewer web site at att.com/vmviewer and business customers may visit um.att.com/vmviewer. If you are an AT&T U-verse Voicemail or an AT&T Unified Messaging customer and are experiencing difficulty logging in to this app, please send an e-mail to [email protected] to include your wireline phone number associated with your mailbox, device you are using to access the app and the problem that you are experiencing.

Recent changes:
PIN request fix and 'About' screen update.
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Free
60
3.0
User ratings
1509
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
3
File size
1642 kb
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About AT&T Voicemail Viewer
You must have an AT&T U-verse® Voice or an AT&T Unified MessagingSM account in order to use this app. Voicemail-to-text is included with AT&T Voicemail Viewer for AT&T U-verse Voicemail and residential AT&T Unified Messaging accounts. Residential customers can order AT&T U-verse Voice or AT&T Unified Messaging by calling 1-800-288-2020 or by visiting att.com. Business customers can order AT&T Unified Messaging by calling the number on their bill or by visiting att.com. For information about AT&T U-verse Business Voice, please contact your AT&T Account Representative. The AT&T Voicemail Viewer app makes it easier to stay on top of your AT&T U-verse Voicemail or AT&T Unified Messaging voicemail messages directly from your Android device. Similar to looking at messages in your email inbox, Voicemail Viewer lists your messages, allowing you to choose the order in which you listen to them. With U-verse Voicemail and residential Unified Messaging, you can even read your messages as voicemail-to-text. Voicemail Viewer does not work with all Android devices. For more information and help, AT&T residential customers may visit our AT&T Voicemail Viewer web site at att.com/vmviewer and business customers may visit um.att.com/vmviewer. If you are an AT&T U-verse Voicemail or an AT&T Unified Messaging customer and are experiencing difficulty logging in to this app, please send an e-mail to [email protected] to include your wireline phone number associated with your mailbox, device you are using to access the app and the problem that you are experiencing.

Recent changes:
PIN request fix and 'About' screen update.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 21, 2015
Stinks old phone it works new phone doesn't work. AT&T YOU can have new phone. Nothing works.
A Google User
Jun 21, 2015
Pin does not work Garbage app
A Google User
Jun 19, 2015
Joke App UI of this app looks like it belongs in the 80s. Constantly says incorrect PIN even though I am using the correct one which works on regular voicemail. Uninstalled.
A Google User
Jun 18, 2015
Doesn't allow all visual voicemail logins If you're a lowly *person*, don't bother. This app only supports *companies*.
A Google User
Jun 18, 2015
Speech recognition needs a lot of work especially recognizing names. It's not even close.
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