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AT&T Voicemail Viewer


You must have an AT&T U-verse (R) Voice or an AT&T Unified Messaging (SM) account in order to use this app. Voicemail-to-text is included with AT&T Voicemail Viewer for residential 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. 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 telephone number and device you are using to access the app.

Recent changes:
Corrects miscellaneous issues.
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Free
67
3.4
User ratings
992
Installs
100,000+
Concerns
3
File size
1488 kb
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About AT&T Voicemail Viewer
You must have an AT&T U-verse (R) Voice or an AT&T Unified Messaging (SM) account in order to use this app. Voicemail-to-text is included with AT&T Voicemail Viewer for residential 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. 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 telephone number and device you are using to access the app.

Recent changes:
Corrects miscellaneous issues.

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A Google User
5 days ago
Consistently loses PIN - forces reentry of PIN a lot. Also consistently unable to retrieve audio from listed voice mails. Pressing play shows scrolling playback indicator but no sound.
A Google User
6 days ago
Doesn't work Trying to use and the screen just keeps flashing and can't enter any information to access my voicemails. Am finding that most of the AT&T apps are useless.
A Google User
Oct 12, 2014
Does not work Entered the requested information, it says that it is incorrect even though it is correct and asked me to email the problem to an email address. Why don't they just have a button to launch the email client with the address.
A Google User
Oct 11, 2014
Junk Needs alot of work. Does not recognize pin most of the time. My pin is no good now for my cellphone now but the pin works when I call my number.
A Google User
Oct 7, 2014
Password request So are the developers even considering to fix the pin loss issue? Having to keep putting that in is frustrating.