If you have an AT&T number and you don’t like to carry your phone around the house, Alexa may have good news for you. Thanks to the cellphone company̵
To get started on AT&T Calls with Alexa, you need to go into your Alexa app and find the Communication section under Settings. There you can use the AT&T option and follow the on-screen instructions to connect your number.
Once you’ve got everything set up, you can make or answer calls from any Alexa speaker you’ve connected to your account. When a call comes in, Alexa will report “Incoming call from John Smith” or whoever you have in your contact books. You can also choose the voice by either saying “Alexa dial John Smith” or telling Alexa which number to dial.
Obviously, you may not always want your calls to go through your speakers so that you can control that too. You can schedule calls to only go on your phone (so you don’t get calls everywhere at 3:00 a.m.) and you can tell Alexa I’m leaving to turn off the speakerphone. If you have a 9-5 working from home, you can create a routine to turn off speakerphone calls.
Currently this is only an AT&T feature and limited to US numbers (although you can call Mexico, Canada, and the UK. No word on when the feature will be available for more airlines or countries.
You may want to think twice before turning on the service. All of your calls will come in through your speakers. Nowadays, the scourge of robocalling makes this idea less desirable.