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Wed, May 4, 2016 12:44 AM

What happens when a 2 year contract expires?

My contract is up as of tomorrow, I was wondering if after its ended do I just get billed monthly or do I start over with a new 2 yr contract

 

 

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kdfederer

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5 years ago

You go month to month.

This is a user to user forum. I am a user, just like almost everyone else on the site.
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Gary L

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5 years ago

If you were on some kind of older plan that subsidized your phone (i.e. you could get an iPhone for $200 or less), then you might be better off getting a different kind of plan (don't get a new phone, just check out the different plan prices).

 

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3 years ago

I added two tablets on a 2 yr contract, where is the ending date of that contract printed, in not finding it on the bill, and I would like to turn off the service at the end date
Gary L

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3 years ago


@Kitteaux wrote:
I added two tablets on a 2 yr contract, where is the ending date of that contract printed, in not finding it on the bill, and I would like to turn off the service at the end date

Make sure you do it after two years and not 24 bills, sometimes 24 bills is a few days short and a termination fee.

 

See myAT&T account and click on the line in question. If it makes you log in and doesn't take you to a page with a list of lines, cluck the link again.

 

 

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