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Fri, Oct 3, 2014 12:45 PM

Moving AT&T lines from one account to another.

I'd like to move my parents' AT&T lines from their account (which would then close) onto my line.  I have a Mobile Share Value account.  Can you move an AT&T line from one account to another? It's technically not porting, since it's still in the AT&T ecosystem. And do they have to be out of contract to avoid ETF? Or can they just bring their ETF date with them to the new account?

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ATTDmitriyCM

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9.3K Messages

6 years ago

 

Hi @RoMastaFlash 

 

Here is a support article with all the information you should need:

 

AT&T Transfer Billing Responsibility

 

Please let us know if you have any other questions.

 

Thank you,

Dmitriy

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esp978

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19 Messages

6 years ago

Yes that can be done pretty easily, I did it with my wife when we got married, put her 2 lines on my account. There was no termination fee but I was billed a small processing fee or something if I remember. We just both had to go to an ATT store together.

falfiee

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152 Messages

6 years ago

There would be no ETF because you are assuming responsibility for fulfilling the rest of their contract. You just need their permission to do so.

Tutor

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6 years ago

Thank you, but i think this link refers to transferring their account to my name.  I just want to move my parents' line onto my account.  I will be responsible for their lines under my account, but I don't want a second account under my name.

 

ATTDmitriyCM

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9.3K Messages

6 years ago

 

Hi @RoMastaFlash 

 

It's the same process, you'll have an option to create a new account in your name or move their lines to your existing account. If you need any help with that, you can send us a private message by clicking here and our team will be happy to assist.

 

Thanks,

Dmitriy

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