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Fri, May 23, 2014 11:47 PM

Problem with multiple lines on a single account and AT&T Locker app

Hello,

 

I am writing because I have run into a problem with the AT&T Locker app that require the use of an AT&T username and password. With each Windows Phone, you receive 5 gb of storage (an AT&T Locker). However, with only one username and password on our account, this makes it impossible to have separate storage for each phone. I called AT&T about the issue and was told that an account cannot have more than one username and password attached to it. Nor is there an option for "sub-accounts." This issue shows a lack of forethought in creating the AT&T Locker app. Thanks in advance for any help.

 

Regards,

Lon

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4.9K Messages

8 y ago

Hello, lrdiff_64!

 

Thanks for posting. We appreciate your feedback about this issue, and it certainly seems like it may be a flaw. However, we would love the chance to work with you to figure out an alternative, so please click here to send us a private message.

 

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-Mariana

Contributor

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2 Messages

6 y ago

Is there a solution. I have the same viewpoint with four people on my account we would all want the locker backup

ACE - Sage

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97.5K Messages

6 y ago

Don't use the locker.

I have always used Google drive and Google photo.  Free unlimited storage, auto back up and available on any device.  If you have a google account, you only need to download and open the app to activate.  Chose backup over wifi to save data.

google also syncs you contacts.

 

No risk of losing your information if you lose your phone or change carriers.

 

 

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