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AT&T intros myWireless Mobile app for iPhone

updated 04:20 pm EDT, Tue May 5, 2009

ATT myWireless Mobile app

AT&T has released myWireless Mobile, an application for the iPhone that allows customers to manage family and personal accounts directly from the handset interface. The service is designed as an extension of myWireless, with options to view monthly bills and make payments. The bill is available as a summarized preview or a PDF file. Users can also view voice and data usage, including text messages, or change add-on features.

myWireless Mobile is available from the App Store for free.










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  1. Jittery Jimmy

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -1

    Not bad!

    I think AT&T did good by releasing this app. It doesn't do everything, but it really is a LOT better than their web site, which is clearly optimized for something like IE 4.0 and Netscape 3.01.

    I think they could have done this app on their web site, but undoubtably the internal politics behind changes to that system are likely severe.

    So, if you can't get the web site guys to make changes for the better, build an app!

  1. Mr. Strat

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -2

    Alsoran

    The TMO G1 has had myAccount for over a month now.

  1. jpellino

    Joined: Dec 1969

    -2

    A $7.12 AT&T cell bill?

    I want that account, please.

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