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Thu, Sep 24, 2020 5:33 PM


How long is my contract?


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24 days ago

Let's help you find the length of your contract, @Cherie123!


Postpaid contracts can be 11, 12, or 24 months. It's possible to find the wireless service commitment or installment agreement status for each device on your account simply by following these steps after signing in to your AT&T account:

  1. Go to your account overview. If you're prompted for a security passcode and you don't know it, learn how to reset your security passcode.
  2. Open My wireless section.
  3. Scroll to Manage device & add-ons and choose the device you want to manage.
  4. Select Manage my device.
    • On desktop and tablet your service commitment end date will display on the right.
    • On mobile, select See your installment details to get your service end date.

Here's how to check and pay off your balance:

  1. Sign in to myAT&T to view your bill.
  2. Go to your wireless account and view all charges.
  3. Select the number for the device you want to manage, then choose Manage your installment plan under the installment line item for that number.
  4. Review your installment details. Or, select Make a plan payment to pay of your remaining balance.

We hope this info helps.


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24 days ago

If you even have a contract.  Most people do not.  Installments are not a service contract, they are a no interest sales agreement on the phone. 

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