Common questions

Does AT family Map notify being tracked?

Does AT family Map notify being tracked?

Will my family members know that I am tracking their location? Yes. For security and privacy reasons, family members will receive an automated text message from AT once per month reminding them that you are tracking their phone.

How do I turn off AT family Map?

How to Turn Off the AT Family Map

  1. Access the “My Accounts” page on the phone of the main family account holder via the Media Net browser and click on “My Account” at the bottom of the screen.
  2. Tip. You can also call AT Customer Care at 800-331-0500, or log on to to turn Family Map services off.

How do I set up AT secure family?

  1. Get the app on your phone. Install the Secure Family app on up to 2 phones.
  2. Set up your profile. Add your family phone numbers to your Secure Family profile.
  3. Get the companion app. Install the Secure Family companion app on your kids’ phones.

What is AT’s twitter handle?

AT News (@ATTNEWS) | Twitter.

Does AT Family Map work when location services are off?

You can still be tracked through FamilyMaps even within GPS turned off; however, the location won’t be as accurate. The only time you won’t be tracked is when the phone is completely powered off, or removed from FamilyMaps. I hope this addresses all your concerns!

Can AT put a tracker on a phone?

Use your device’s built-in Global Positioning System (GPS), or use AT or third-party locator apps and add-ons. Sign in to the account associated with your device or app. Follow the prompts to locate or call the device.

How do you prevent your phone from being tracked?

How to Prevent Cell Phones From Being Tracked

  1. Turn off the cellular and Wi-Fi radios on your phone. The easiest way to accomplish this task is to turn on the “Airplane Mode” feature.
  2. Disable your GPS radio.
  3. Shut the phone down completely and remove the battery.

How accurate is AT Family Locator?

For phones where A-GPS is not available, FamilyMap uses cell tower information to triangulate your location and provide the most accurate location possible, which is usually within a few hundred yards to a few miles of the phone’s actual location.