How does att voicemail work?

12/02/2019 Off By admin

How does att voicemail work?

How Does AT Voicemail Work? AT Voicemail combines wireline, wireless1, and fax messages into one mailbox, making them easily accessible. AT Voicemail provides the latest technology to save you time and money, no matter where you are or how you communicate.

What is the voicemail access number for AT?

There are two numbers that you can use to access your mailbox from a phone: • Your Access Number – 1-888-288-8893 • Your Telephone Number – This number is also known as your Mailbox Number (typically your home number). Your Voice Mail service is connected to this number.

Does AT have free voicemail?

For example, wireless and AT PREPAID℠ (formerly GoPhone®) data plans for compatible smartphones include Visual Voicemail at no additional charge. Basic Voicemail comes with your plan if you have a wireless or AT PREPAID phone without a data plan or Wireless Home Phone.

How do I call my voicemail?

To call your voicemail on an Android phone, simply open your phone’s dial pad and hold your finger down on the “1” key. You can also call your voicemail from a different phone by calling your own number and tapping the pound key.

How do I set up AT voicemail?

  1. Sign in to your account using the myAT app 1 or from our mobile site.
  2. Select My plans & features.
  3. Select Home Phone.
  4. Select Manage phone features & settings.
  5. Tap Voicemail PIN and activation and toggle voicemail On or Off.
  6. Save your changes.

How do I skip voicemail on AT?

To leave your mailbox, hang up or press the star key (*). You can change your Collaborate voicemail greeting from any touch-tone or mobile phone. You can record a new greeting, or you can switch between a personal greeting, an extended absence greeting, and 1 of 3 prerecorded greetings.

How do I know my voicemail number?


  1. From any Home screen, tap the Menu key.
  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Call settings.
  4. Tap Voicemail.
  5. Tap Voicemail again.
  6. View the voicemail number.