I did have them and was not approved despite appealing several times and getting a lawyer involved, which is why I self-paid.
What are your co-morbidities? They are very specific about what they want, and you will have a tougher time with a lower BMI. How many documented years do you have your BMI recorded as over 35? If you don't have that documentation for at least five years, you may as well not apply because you will be denied.
AT&T has given 100% control to UHC to make decisions on the behalf of their employees. They do not intervene in any way, so there is no one to appeal to outside of UHC, not even your state insurance commissioner. The criteria stipulated in AT&T's policy is outlined in a very specific way, and if you don't meet 100% of the requirements you are out of luck.
If you DO meet them, you will be approved very easily. Good luck to you.
Height: 5'9" SW:287 CW:168 GW:160