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AT&T Services, Inc.,
|Store||Category||Version||Last Update||Avg. ratings|
|Apple||Business||3.0||April 20, 2016||1.84|
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Version 3.0 released on April 20, 2016
Account Managers/Owners (AOP) can now login using their AOP PIN and email address to manage their wireless service at the account level instead of the user level. Once logged in, users will be able to view the full bill (up to 12 months), change rate plans, add international features, view usage for the entire account, and update the SIM/IMEI for end users.
Version 2.1 released on January 15, 2016
This version has been updated to 64 bit
Version 2.0 released on May 14, 2014
- This version has been optimized for iOS 7 - Users will now be able to schedule payments for a future date
Version 1.2 released on October 16, 2013
• Data usage for Mobile Share customers • Resolves an issue when accessing the app from an iPad running iOS 7
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myAT&T Business allows End Users and Account Managers on Corporate accounts to manage their AT&T Wireless Accounts from their iPhone and iPad devices. With this application, you'll be able to easily and securely manage specific account functions including: -Bill Payment from a new or existing payment method -Schedule Future Dated Payments -Setup or manage AutoPay -Reset Voicemail Password -Find AT&T Wi-Fi Hotspots and Store Locations -Create or reset Custom End User PIN -View Usage including Mobile Share Usage -Contact Customer Care or Tech Support via Call or Chat with just the tap of a button Additionally, as an Account Manager, you will be able to also - View the full bill (up to 12 months of bill history available) -Change Rate Plans -Add International Features -Suspend Data for an end user -Update SIM/IME -View Usage for the entire account You must have an active AT&T CRU account in order to use this application. Some functionality may not be available based on your company agreement with AT&T. myAT&T Business does not support non CRU accounts.
myAT&T Business Ranking History | Business
myAT&T Business daily app ranking in Business category for the last 30 days.
myAT&T Business Worldwide Rankings | Business
myAT&T Business rankings per country in Business category.
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