How to Check Your iPhone Minutes

How to Check Your iPhone Minutes

Need to check how many monthly minutes you have left on your iPhone? Here's how.

 

1. At Home, tap on Settings.

2. Scroll down and tap Phone.
3. Scroll to the bottom and tap AT&T Services.
4. To check your minutes, tap on View My Minutes.
5. You'll get a message telling you that the request is processing and that your iPhone will receive a message. Soon, you should get an alert telling you that you got a text message about your minutes remaining. Tap View.
6. You should get a message that looks similar to the picture below.

 

N&W means Nights & Weekends; M2M means Mobile to Mobile.

 

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ken984

But that requires me to provide my account name & password. Why don't you use this app called Air Minutes? It tracks day, night & weekend minutes without logging into the account website. It works with all carriers. It's on sale for $0.99.

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itzritz

For iPhone users on AT&T there is an app called QuickMin by Wildboom - it checks your minutes balance daily and simply pushes it to the app icon badge. You don't even have to log in to check your minutes. It even alerts users when they are below a certain number of minutes.http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/quickmin/id370942162?mt=8http://www.wildboom.com/our-work/quickmin

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gondmike

You can also just dial *646# - see the article below for more details... http://www.ehow.com/how_5193932_check-minutes-remaining-iphone.html

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Jim Wilson

I did this above and of course it worked. What I wanted to comment about was that when the msg came in telling me I had received a new msg it continued to "Ding" non stop. It sounded like I left my keys in the ignition of my car. I had to turn the phone off to get it to stop. Nothing hung up and the phone responded normally. It just kept "dinging" till I turned it off.

No big deal on my end, just curious if anyone else had this same experience? BTW I tried it a second time and it didn't repeat the same result.

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Anonymous

Same thing happend to me when i was checking my email, went to the sent folder, it downloaded 6-7 emails and started 'dinging' and had to turn it off!

Cheers

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Ernest Phillips

Anybody have a fast, easy way to check SMS usage for the month? I want to say there's a # you can send a text to, but I'm not sure.

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