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Mon, Aug 3, 2020 4:51 PM

Switching my cell service (4 lines) and adding fixed wireless

I would like to see a quote for initial and monthly costs associated with switching and ongoing.  I am also considering adding a 5th line, yet would need to understand the costs associated with each line.  I've looked online, yet there seems to be LOTS of small print and asterisks which makes it difficult to understand ALL of the costs.  I've been trying for months to switch with no luck.

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2 months ago

Hello @stealb66,

 

We can definitely provide you with some more information about switching to AT&T wireless.

 

The cost associated with each of your wireless lines will depend on which of our specific wireless plans that you choose.

 

You can check out all of our Wireless plans at the link provided, select how many lines you plan on having, and review the costs associated with each of them there.

 

The advertised pricing will show prices after our AutoPay & Paperless billing discount. Also, the taxes and fees are not included in that pricing, as this can vary on your monthly bill.

 

Please keep in mind that it is still very important to read all of the small print and asterisks associated with each of our online offers, to be sure that you will meet any requirements for each of the promotions.

 

If you're wanting to keep your same phone numbers when you Switch to AT&T wireless, you can learn how to do so at the link provided.

 

You can also check for the availability of our Fixed wireless internet service in your area, and view the advertised pricing at the link provided.

 

Hope this helps!

 

Sean, AT&T Community Specialist

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