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Wed, May 8, 2019 8:20 PM

Change Prepaid Plan and Add to Balance

My $35 Prepaid Plan expired 2 days ago. Account not set for auto and no balance at the time.

 

I want to change to the $50 Prepaid Plan and add a $50 AT&T Prepaid Card to my account.

 

On-line do I change the plan first OR do I add the card to the balance first?

Also, is there an additional change for not refilling before the $35 plan expired?

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lizdance40

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a year ago


@MBSJP2 wrote:

My $35 Prepaid Plan expired 2 days ago. Account not set for auto and no balance at the time.

 

I want to change to the $50 Prepaid Plan and add a $50 AT&T Prepaid Card to my account.

 

On-line do I change the plan first OR do I add the card to the balance first?  Works either way.   Addthe card and select plan, or Select the plan first, and you can add the card.  

Also, is there an additional change for not refilling before the $35 plan expired?

No

 


 

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a year ago

Hello @MBSJP2

Change the plan, then add your refill. There's no late charge.

Kenneth, AT&T Community Specialist

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