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Get info about calls using AT&T Caller ID

Learn how AT&T Caller ID displays the name or number of you and your callers when making and receiving wireless calls.


Incoming calls

When receiving an incoming call on your wireless phone:
  • You’ll see the caller’s name if their contact info’s in your address book. 
  • Have an AT&T Unlimited EliteSM or AT&T Unlimited ExtraSM plan? You’ll always see the caller’s name – even if they’re not in your address book.
  • If you don’t have Unlimited Elite or Extra and the caller’s name isn’t in your phone, you’ll only see their phone number.
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Outgoing calls

To wireless phones
When placing an outgoing call from your wireless phone to another wireless phone:
  • If your contact info is in their phone, AT&T Caller ID will display your name.
  • If they don’t have your info in their phone:
    • But they have an AT&T Unlimited Elite or Extra plan, AT&T Caller ID will show your name
    • And don’t have an Unlimited Elite or Extra plan, AT&T Caller ID will only display your number

To landline phones
When you place an outgoing call from your wireless phone to a landline phone, your name and number—or just your name—will show on the caller ID.
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Caller ID details

All AT&T wireless voice plans include AT&T Caller ID at no additional charge. But only an AT&T Unlimited Elite or Extra plan lets you always see who’s calling you. Other carriers’ limitations may affect AT&T Caller ID when used while roaming.

See AT&T Caller ID terms and conditions
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