Alexa is getting an upgrade with AT&T.
AT&T users can take advantage of the telecommunication’s perk of making and receiving calls from Alexa-enabled speakers. The company has released the Numbersync program where you can leave your phone and connect your number to any Alexa Speakers such as the Amazon Echo and the Devialet Phantom. From then on, any AT&T users can make and receive calls quickly with their wireless and portable speakers anywhere.
How To Start for AT&T Users:
For the users to get started with the feature, you just have to start with “AT&T calling with Alexa,” then go to the Alexa app and look for the Communication section under settings. After that, click that AT&T option and follow the on-screen prompts. This is to connect your phone number with your speakers.
Once done, you can already make and receive a call from the selected Alexa-enabled speaker where you have connected your phone number. If there is an incoming call, Alexa will automatically announce that there is a call from the receiver with its name announced as well. You may also directly tell Alexa the phone numbers you would like to call.
Aside from those, you have to take note that once your calls go through speakers, it may not be that convenient sometimes. So, the company made sure to create an option when you want to set that up. All you have to do is tell Alexa, “I’m leaving home” to turn off the speaker connection or make a routine to turn off the speaker itself.
As of the moment, this AT&T feature is only in the United States number but can still reach Mexico, the United Kingdom, and Canada.
However, this may sound convenient to most AT&T users; there is a bit of a roadblock to this feature. That would be the inescapable spam calls (telemarketers). Additionally, having them announced throughout the house is quite an annoyance and tiresome.
Devialet Classic Phantom Wireless Speaker: The Stylish Alexa Speakers
Many of these speakers also have smart skills and voice assistants. These include Google Assistant and Alexa. When you need them to do things, you can voice out the command.
The Devialet Classic Phantom – High-end Wireless Speaker comes true to its name. The highlight features include analog-digital hybrid, heart bass implosion, evolutive platform, and active speaker matching.
Its design contributes to how it produces the bass deserves recognition. It includes the twin woofers, one on each side of these egg-shaped speakers, and these are powered with the innovation known as Heart Bass Implosion. This feature enhances the overall sound that could indeed be enjoyed by the AT&T users who would love to enable the mobile provider’s extra feature.