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Fri, Sep 21, 2018 3:11 AM

If i change my billing due date will i be charged a late fee

My account is post paid with unlimited data.  I want to change my billing due date from September 24 to October 3 and I wondered if I will be charged a late fee

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lizdance40

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2 years ago

Yes.  Your bill has already been produced and due date cannot be changed.  ($5).  

If you want to make late arrangements, which at this point you DO have to do if you don’t pay on the 24th, you must login to your MY ATT app and make late payment arrangements.  

If you don’t, you are charged late fee and risk suspension and reconnect fee which is $35. 

    If you want to move your date permanently, you have to change your bill cycle, which would result in a prorated bill.  

 

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a year ago

How do I change my billing due date?

lizdance40

ACE - Sage

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a year ago


@charles6 wrote:

How do I change my billing due date?


You call At&t.  They change you bill cycle, you will get one weird bill for the extra days, or fewer days.  Then the bill will go back to normal. 

 

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a year ago

And they prorate the bill from the original due date with the new payment due date, expect a large bill!

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