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Wed, Dec 3, 2014 2:08 AM

Reward Card


 i recently got a rewards card,where can i use it. can i use the card to pay a u-verse bill?


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6.7K Messages

6 years ago


Hi SixPak11,


Yes, you may use the Reward Card to pay your AT&T bill using the following methods:


  • Online
  • Retail Store
  • By Phone

You can use the Reward Card anywhere Visa® cards are accepted.

For more information please visit Reward Card FAQ





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16.2K Messages

6 years ago

And you can split up where you spend it.  You can use part in the store or online for a purchase and part to pay your bill. 


If it DOES NOT have the Visa logo, then you can ONLY use it for ATT services or products.

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a month ago

I'm afraid the Virtual Reward Card for $100 was not accepted for an Amazon purchase I tried to make for $40.  Also, when I tried to do split payment on I was informed that it was not possible.  So, I would like to know specifically which online stores actually take it and be shown proof that they do!

Otherwise it appears to me that I have been conned into getting AT&T Internet Service with a promise of a $100 reward which is is worthless.

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