App myAT&T for Android
If you happen to live in the USA and use AT&T as your cell provider, this application may be of your interest. XDA member svtfmook told us about myAT&T for Android devices, which allows you to manage your AT&T wireless and U-verse accounts on you smart phones and tablets. With this application, you’ll be able to manage account functions including: viewing and paying your Wireless and AT&T U-verse bill, viewing U-verse television and voice usage, viewing Wireless voice and data usage, and adding or removing Wireless account features, amongst many more.
You can get it for free in the usual place.
Originally posted by svtfmook
[APP] New ATT App
looks like they merged the ATT my wireless and uverse app into 1.
however, you can’t login to uverse if you’re like me and was given an email with a period separating your first and last names of your email.
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