Ok, after reading everyones comments, that the My AT&T app is accessible, I deleted the app from my device & reinstalled it. I'm happy to report that the My AT&T app is accessible.
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Joseph, I think the My AT&T app accessibility was broken with the most recent update to the app. I rarely use the app, so I can't say exactly when the app became unusable with voiceover.
What the heck? The my AT&T app is no longer accessible it was whenever I had it a while back and it looked pretty accessible. I can always reinstall it again and ask my brother if I could look at his deal. Because I used to be on his account. The only thing that was a little weird, was when they sent you your bill, it was in a video so he had to tell me what I owed him.
Email FaceTime and iMessage
Office phone/what's up messenger
On Jul 25, 2020, at 7:58 PM, Donna <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:Marie,
I access AT&T's website & mail via Safari on my iPhone or iPad. Both are accessible. The My AT&T app is not accessible using an iDevice. Sorry I can't comment on any accessibility from a computer user standpoint. I have been an AT&T customer since 1996. I have landline phone service, cellular service & internet. I have found customer service to be Excellent. And the customer reps at the AT&T stores to be professional, friendly & very helpful.
I am considering changing to AT&T internet and a streaming package. I already know that their streaming package is very accessible with the Apple devices. But I want to know how it is to use their web site and their email. I am currently with Spectrum and their sites are not simple but usable. Not too happy with the streaming package so far as usability.
The aT&T service here in Reno is Fiber optics so the equipment is good.