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AT&T's myWireless Mobile Comes to BlackBerry

AT&T's myWireless Mobile Comes to BlackBerry

AT&T has expanded the "compatibility matrix" for its myWireless Mobile (free) application to include BlackBerry devices.  The app allows AT&T subscribers to manage their accounts, including viewing usage statistics, adding or removing features, and making payments.

The myWireless Mobile app has been available for quite some time on the device-of-devices, the iPhone.  It will also work on the iPad and iPod touch.  Meanwhile, BlackBerry users have had a long wait.  As with anything your mileage may vary; some users have complained about installation issues or issues with the app not saving their password; it's unclear if those were user failure or not.

AT&T describes the application as follows:

The mobile app edition brings greater ease and simplicity to wireless account management needs, featuring:

  • Bill Payment – Pay your bill directly from your phone
  • Voice and Data Usage – View usage for minutes, data and messaging
  • Features – Add or remove features, including new texting plans and more, directly from your handset
To download the app, subscribers should visit www.att.com/mybb from their BlackBerry Web browser and follow the instructions; an interactive video plus additional information on myWireless Mobile for BlackBerry customers is also live at www.att.com/mybbmobile. An existing myWireless account is required to utilize the app. Customers can establish an account by visiting www.att.com/mywireless.

The AT&T MyWireless Mobile app is available at no cost on the following BlackBerry smartphones:

  • BlackBerry® Bold™ 9700
  • BlackBerry® Bold™ 9000
  • Blackberry® Curve™ 8900
  • BlackBerry® Curve™ 8520
  • BlackBerry® Curve™ 8320
  • BlackBerry® Curve™ 8310

 The app is obviously not a game-changer, but it's certainly a convenience for those without unlimited plans!

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Yawn; At&t in general is not exciting me. Yes they have the iPhone, but it is becoming quickly there only redeeming quality to me. The network should be there focus, not adding non-stop new devices. Which as far as I see it is not the case in general.

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Agreed rapid, i only have AT&T for the iphone -.- but if it wasn't for that i would of stayed away form them. No matter how much phones they have it won't get them customers if their network sucks!

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