AT&T Intros Refreshed Online Account Tools
AT&T today announced AT&T Smart Controls, a new web site to allow customers an easier way to manage their wireless, TV, internet and wireline accounts. The web site lets customers better manage content, such as blocking unwanted texts and phone calls. Customers can control spending and place limits on when handsets in a family plan can make/receive calls and messages. Customers can also view safety tips, and better make use of privacy safeguards. The web site is free to use.
Nov 15, 2018
AT&T plans to cease offering AT&T Smart Limits, a service that allows parents to control their kids' phones, on November 26. Smart Limits will no longer be available after that date.
Nov 18, 2020
Google today launched a major revamp of its Google Pay app with a new interface and several major new features. Instead of a stack of cards and list of transactions, the new interface centers around the people and businesses you exchange money with, with a conversation-style interface for each person, group, and business.
Sep 12, 2018
Apple today announced the fourth-generation of Apple Watches. For the first time since the original Watch, Apple is changing the dimensions of its smart wearable.
Oct 24, 2018
Google today rolled out new tools meant to give people more control over their personal data. Starting with Google Search, people will have direct access to their activity.
Aug 28, 2018
Instagram today said it has introduced three new features that are meant to help keep its one billion users safe. To start, a new "about this account" section will appear so people can see when other public accounts were created, where it is located, if the screen name has been changed, and what ad campaigns the account might be running.
of course! all web sites on internet are free to use! but if you want special contents, you have to pay! you have to pay ATT 4.99$ per month if you want to block unwanted texts and phone calls, control spending and place limits on handsets!
its funny how big companys think sometimes. how hard really was it to say "lets let the people that keep us in business look n screw up then complain to sales reps about there accounts".