AT&T Send Message
Note: To use this skill, you need a post-paid AT&T mobile phone with messaging feature enabled.
Step 1: Enable the skill; you will be prompted to text a word from your mobile device to link your AT&T wireless account to the skill.
Step 2: Add one or more contacts and click on “Save & Link” button to finish linking.
Step 3: Now you can use the skill to text your contacts!
Manage contacts: Ask Alexa to add contacts for you by saying, “Alexa, ask AT&T to add a contact”; Alexa will prompt you for the contact name and phone number. You can also manage your contacts at http://alexa.andyet.io (You may be prompted again to text a word from your mobile device for authentication).
Want to inform your friend that you’ll be a few mins late? Just ask Alexa to send a message in seconds as you are running out of the door.
Busy cooking when you realize you are out of milk? Just ask Alexa to text your spouse to pick it up on the way home.
Ask Alexa to send messages to family and friends; it’s so easy and convenient, plus they will recognize you as the sender. Alexa is great at understanding and sending quick short messages like “I am running late, but will be there in 30 minutes,” or “Want to meet for coffee?”
Get started now. Enable/Link the skill, add your frequent contacts, and you are ready to start sending text messages using voice commands to Alexa. To get started say, “Alexa, ask AT&T to text
For more information, please visit us at https://att.com/SendMessageSkill
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