AT&T Call Protect uses the power of the AT&T network to automatically block potential fraud calls, show warnings of suspected spam calls and gives you the power to add unwanted callers to your personal block list.
Avail. for AT&T postpaid and business wireless customers with eligible wireless service. Excludes government and AT&T PREPAID. Compatible device is required: iPhone 6 or newer running iOS 9.3+ and includes AT&T HD Voice-enabled smartphones. Smartphones sold by other carriers may not be eligible.
AT&T Call Protect:
- Automatic Fraud Blocking: Detects and blocks calls from likely fraudsters, before your phone even rings
- Heads up on Suspected Spam*: Warns you of telemarketers and other suspected spam calls so that you may decide whether to answer, ignore, or block
- Personal Block List: Allows you to add unwanted callers to your own block list
- Report Spam Calls: Help identify suspected spam and likely fraud calls. Your reports help us to continually improve our service for everyone
AT&T Call Protect Plus (In-app purchase):
- Custom Call Controls: Take more control by choosing entire Categories (Telemarketer, Political Calls, etc.) of callers to allow, send to voicemail or automatically block
- Enhanced Caller ID*: Identify your incoming callers by name and location
- Reverse Number Lookup: Enter a U.S. number to get caller details. Up to 200 queries per user within 24-hour period.
*Available in HD Voice coverage areas
AT&T Call Protect: Automatic Fraud Blocking: May inadvertently block wanted calls. Suspected Spam Warning: May allow service messages and/or other permitted calls. Personal Block List: Permits blocking of individual phone numbers (excludes unknown numbers). Manage all settings via app.
AT&T Call Protect Plus: Subscribers pay $3.99/mo. Auto-billed every month through your iTunes account unless canceled. Subscription automatically renews and your account will be charged $3.99 unless auto-renew is turned off at least 24-hours before the end of the current period. To manage your AT&T Call Protect Plus (“Plus”) subscription, go to iTunes. Once your Plus subscription is canceled, you will be downgraded to the basic free version of AT&T Call Protect. To remove the service entirely, you must cancel within the app or via myAT&T, once your iTunes subscription ends. Payments are nonrefundable (subj. to applicable law).
Custom Call Controls: All call categories, except Fraud, are automatically set to allow. Manage all settings via app.
Rates: Data charges may apply for app download and usage. Other charges and restr. may apply.
For complete terms for AT&T Call Protect, see att.com/callprotectterms
The applications AT&T Call Protect was published in the category Utilities on 2016-12-20 and was developed by AT&T Services, Inc.. The file size is 45.51 MB. The current version is 1.6.5 and works well on 9.3 and high ios versions.
Fixed PIN issue seen during registration
Updates to Custom Call Controls
UI updates & other bug fixes
Nothing is clear. Mark's good calls as telemarketing too. I have not seen any benefits of this app.
I love it thanks so much
This app is awesome and I’ve already reduced my spam calls by at least 80% in the month I’ve had it.
It’s the best app for terminating fraud, scam, solicitation calls. Often the app disconnects the call for me.
Many calls are still getting through
It was good for a while but now it’s pretty worthless. Misses most of the bad calls.
Lots of telemarketing calls and no spam alerts.
Had the free version for a while and finally subscribed to the premium version, primarily to get Caller ID with name (a feature I’ve been waiting a long time for). After setting up a few categories for blocking, the number of spam calls I’ve gotten has dropped to zero down from 2-4 per day. Well worth the $3.99 per month considering I get caller ID with name included.
The app should block automatically calls with high number of “reports “ and does not. Also to submit a review you have to use nickname that no one else has used. So stupid.
Has not blocked any calls yet. I have had 4 spam/telemarking calls already this morning. This app flagged 2 of them, but I still have to manually block them. I do like that I can report the number, but one of the calls I received had over 1200 reports about it and it still wasn’t flagged or blocked.
Because AT&T lets scammers, spammers, and general lowlifes spoof numbers, this app needs wildcard blocking. I get several calls a day from bozos spoofing my exchange and this app happily lets them through. Other comparable services enable either wildcard blocking or blocking an entire exchange so there’s no reason not to include the option here.
Does not warn of any possible scam. The calls come in just like I didn’t have the app.
Not blocking all telemarketing and scam calls. Having to manually block most calls. Can do this on phone without the app.
Thanks for making my life more peaceful by blocking all those annoying calls. They have been reduced by 80%. One of my better decisions.
It blocked my own number when testing a IVR transfer. Not satisfied with that feature.
It worked 5 star the first couple weeks. Then there was a hole in the dike and the protection bridge collapsed and t flood began. The flooding of unwanted calls are ceaseless and senseless!
For me this app had more failures than successes, particularly because the majority of my calls were of the “neighbor” type that use your own area code and prefix. I disabled this app from my account and installed the Hiya app. It has several options including the neighbor scam. For the first time in months I finally enjoyed some peace from my cell phone. I think I went about 6 weeks before getting the first call it missed and rang through. That being said, I don’t recommend buying the premium option...as with this version, Hiya doesn’t correctly attach Caller ID and most everything is done retroactively, although at $15/yr it still is cheap by comparison.
Somehow my doctor’s call never came through or showed up on my iPhone call log and a lot of telemarketers are defined, some however still come through unmarked
This thing just blocked my phone number about 12 times back to back. I guess you all have hacked my own number. So do I go in and unblock my phone number?