AT&T Landline Texting

AT&T Landline Texting

By AT&T Services, Inc.

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2016-01-08
  • Current Version: 2.19.18
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 12.16 MB
  • Developer: AT&T Services, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2/5 ( 17 Reviews)
  • Price:
    Free
AT&T Landline Texting App Ratings: 2
2
Total 17 Reviews
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AT&T Landline Texting App Description

AT&T Landline Texting allows business customers and their permitted users to send and receive text messages from an existing landline or toll-free phone number in the United States and Canada. The service is purchased from an AT&T account representative or an AT&T business sales center. This app can be used to send new text messages or read and reply to texts sent to your enabled landline or toll-free number. Features of AT&T Landline Texting solution* include: • Customizable Signature – Add a short personal message to outbound text messages. • Auto Reply – Send an automated text message to anyone who texts into an enabled landline number. Auto Reply messages can be set for specified hours of the day/day of the week. • Scheduled Texting – Send a text message to one recipient, multiple recipients, or a group at a specific date and time. • Group Texting – Create a named group of up to 50 contacts and send text messages to the entire group. • Picture Texts (MMS) - Send and receive images. • Synced Experience - All contacts and conversation histories are synced between your computer, tablet, and smartphone. • Additional features for Premium package customers - Easily coordinate with your co-workers on customer responses with: -Unread Message Timer – Receive an alert so you never let a message sit too long before responding. -Sent By Name – Messages include the sender’s name, so you can tell which colleague replied last. -Is Typing Indicator - Shows that a colleague is responding to a message so you don’t have to. *Applicable features based upon the AT&T Landline Texting package purchased. By selecting and installing the AT&T Landline Texting application you agree to the AT&T Landline Texting End User License Agreement.

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AT&T Landline Texting App Reviews

  • Not working on iPhone.

    1
    By jdmontag
    Not working on iPhone. Not working on iPhone. Not working on iPhone. Used to. Used to. Used to. Please fix it. Please fix it. Please fix it.
  • Please fix this app!

    1
    By Mike Lannen
    Please fix this app. It does Not load after the latest iOS update and has been months. Why don’t you care about your customers?
  • No iOS 11 update?

    1
    By Keep'in it Real
    A multi-billion dollar company can’t update their app. but they still charge us the same amount for this service? Sad.
  • 2 months since ios 11 and

    1
    By Thetictac
    two months since ios 11 and still no update what are you guys waiting for we need this for work. Take care of your business
  • No support for iOS 11

    1
    By Missyfanfromday0!
    Please fix this app. I use it for my business and it opens and closes on the new IOS software.
  • Needs updating for IOS 11

    4
    By Asdayspa
    App shuts down and won’t open on any IOS 11. Please update!!!
  • App Won’t Stay Open

    3
    By JAHBEH
    App is worked great on 10.3.2 but will not stay open on 11.0.2. It flashes and closes but still appears in the “close” apps screen.
  • Does not work on IOS 11

    4
    By dadoo4taz
    Just got the 11 update, and now it does. It work. However the zip whip version app works fine. Probably needs to be recompiled for IOS 11.
  • iOS 11

    4
    By Ligitamant
    Was using this and it’s great for my IT support company But IOS 11 broke it I with they would be quicker at a bug fix
  • Great Idea!

    3
    By TexasBear
    This is one of those services that is a great service, but they made a mediocre app. Web interface and Mac app is great. I can send/receive SMS on my office line so I don't have to give out my personal cell. The iPhone app needs to be updated to allow saving the username and password in the app. Touch ID would be even better! The only reason I don't like the app is because I have to enter my user ID and password over again every time I open it. The only redeeming quality is that it retains the login and continues to send push notifications until you re-open the app - then it asks you to login again and stops sending alerts. So as long as I don't open the app, I will continue receiving alerts of new text messages. That is the only reason I use it. I try not to open the app unless it is an emergency because it is so inconvenient to re-enter my login info all the time.

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