One-touch video calling built into your smartphone

As easy as making a phone call1

With AT&T Video Call, there is no app to download, no separate account to configure, and no password to enter.

  • Simply touch the Video Call button on the dialer or in your contacts.
  • Switch between HD Voice and video at any time during a call.
  • Supports one-way Video Calls – see the other person without them seeing you.
  • Video Call one-on-one or with a group.

Connecting the things you care about most

AT&T Video Call uses our AT&T HD Voice network to bring you face-to-face with your friends and family.

See current AT&T HD Voice coverage

Video Call capable smartphones and tablets


Check back often to view new coverage areas and devices.


AT&T Video Call FAQ

AT&T Video Call lets you make and receive HD Voice calls combined with real-time video. There’s no app to download, no separate account to configure, and no username to create. Video Call is built into your Video Call-capable device and requires an account that has been set up for AT&T HD Voice.

You need a smartphone that supports Video Call and a postpaid wireless account that is set up for AT&T HD Voice. There are certain features that conflict with AT&T HD Voice which can be found at

Just touch the Video Call icon on your Video Call-capable device from your contacts, call logs, or favorites. Or, enter a number in the dialer keypad. The person you are calling must also meet the requirements for AT&T Video Call. If you start a Video Call and your phone is connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi, your Video Call automatically hands over to the Wi-Fi network.

View our current selection of Video Call capable smartphones and tablets. Phones that can use Video Call are sold nationwide. You also have to meet the requirements for making and receiving a Video Call.

AT&T Video Call is available in the same markets where AT&T HD Voice is available. See our coverage map for details.

Yes. All Video Calls must start on the AT&T mobile network, but if your phone is also connected to the Internet via Wi-Fi, the Video Call will automatically hand over to the Wi-Fi network. Even though you are using Wi-Fi for your Video Call, your phone will still need to be connected to the AT&T mobile network

No. You must be connected to the AT&T mobile network and in an HD Voice coverage area to start or receive a Video Call.

When your Video Call is connected on a Wi-Fi network, a plus sign will appear on the Wi-Fi fan on the phone’s status bar. Also, a popup notification is briefly displayed when the call hands over between Wi-Fi and the AT&T mobile network. Your Video Call will hand over between Wi-Fi and the AT&T mobile network if you are in HD Voice coverage. However, if you are not in AT&T HD Voice coverage, your Video Call will disconnect.

Yes. AT&T Video Call is an HD Voice call combined with real-time video. The HD Voice part of the call is billed as a regular voice call, while the video portion of the call incurs data usage charges. No voice or data charges apply once a Video Call hands over to Wi-Fi.

The average amount of data that each person on a Video Call will use is about 6MB per minute for a two-way Video Call, and about 3MB for a one-way Video Call if only one of the callers is on video. Actual data usage may vary. You can estimate your average data usage for AT&T Video Call with our calculators at or

At this time, Video Call is only available between AT&T customers using devices that support Video Call within AT&T HD Voice coverage areas.

If the Video Call button displays in color in your contacts or on the keypad dialer, they can receive a Video Call.

Yes. While on a Video Call, simply touch the + Add Call button to let more people join your Video Call.

Yes! You can seamlessly switch between an HD Voice call and a Video Call by touching the Video Call button on your device. The person you are speaking to can accept or reject the change from an HD Voice call to a Video Call.

When you receive a Video Call, you’ll see options on your screen to answer the call as an HD Voice call or as a Video Call. If you choose Video Call, the call starts as a two-way Video Call where both parties can see each other. Selecting Voice only will result in an HD Voice call.

No, not at this time.


If you don’t want to make or receive Video Calls on your phone, you can turn off Video Call from your phone’s call settings. You’ll still see the Video Call icon on your phone, but you will no longer be able to use Video Call.

Yes, your Video Call capability is shown on other phones that support Video Call. The Video Call button will show others that you can use Video Call. This means others will be able to see that you are on a phone that supports Video Call and that you are within an AT&T HD Voice coverage area. This information is automatically refreshed in near real-time.

If either person on the Video Call leaves the AT&T HD Voice coverage area during the call, it will switch to our standard voice service.