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Mon, Jan 27, 2020 12:58 PM

Cancelled ATT Service

My Att account was cancelled upon my request and i need my account back asap all debts have been paid.Please help me. this is Tina from Florida my acc id is [email scrubbed]

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sandblaster

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43.2K Messages

9 months ago

This forum is not customer support and not a way to re-establish service. You need to call or go to an ATT store.

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lizdance40

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78.6K Messages

9 months ago

This is a customer populated Community forum, not AT&T. In order to resume or start new service you must contact AT&T directly. At the bottom of this webpage there is a contact us link

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mobilemax

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796 Messages

9 months ago

Hello,

To get help with this, the best option is to visit your local corporate AT&T store. You can also visit att.com to chat online or call (Phone number hidden) to reach customer support. It's called a winback if you're less than 60 days, but if it was based on account billing issues, you might have some additional needed steps to fully reactivate.

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