AT&T Launches U-verse Voice In Oklahoma City


AT&T announced the availability of U-verse Voice, the telco's IP-based digital voice service, in parts of Oklahoma City.

U-verse Voice is available to all new and existing U-verse TV customers in the Oklahoma City area.

"AT&T U-verse Voice is one more way we're making all of our AT&T services work together for you and connecting you to your world," Ryan Stafford, general manager of AT&T Oklahoma and Arkansas, said in a prepared statement. "U-verse Voice uses the power of IP to enhance the calling experience. Just like U-verse TV has changed the way people watch television, U-verse Voice will change the way people use their home phone."

U-verse Voice's features include: a single voice mailbox that can be accessed from any phone line or PC, and "Click to Call," which will initiate a call from your home phone to any number in a subscriber's call history with one click of a mouse or the U-verse TV remote control. 

The service provides two calling plans: U-verse Voice Unlimited, which includes unlimited local and nationwide minutes to any location in the U.S., Canada or U.S. territories for $40 a month; and U-verse Voice 1000, which includes 1,000 Call Anywhere minutes to any location in the U.S. or U.S. territories for $30 a month.