I have several old, old, AT&T PrePaid Phone Cards and need to know what is considered the pin?
When I go to the AT&T website about PrePaid Phone Cards it wants the card# and the pin. The original cards are in a plastic wrapper with the scratch off on the back still intact. I have one card that was already partially used so I went online to see how much it would be to add more minutes but it wants a card # and a pin. I can see the card# but I am not sure if the numbers down by the barcode are the pin. I am attaching a picture of the back of the card with the Card # blurred out. I would really appreciate some help. Thanks.
I am totally a receipt keeper but this was 20 years ago at least, I think. I don't even think you could look them up online back then. If there was a pin on the receipt then I don't have it and I obviously didn't need it to use the card at the time or I would have put the receipt with the cards. Thanks so much. I can call the phone # and find out the # of minutes left so that is fine and I tried to call with it and it doesn't need the pin.
Can you buy prepaid phone cards without buying a phone? If so can you direct me there? I'm just trying to figure out what the value would be for these cards. I have 3-120 minute cards and 2-100 minute cards. I just want to know what it would cost me to buy new cards today if I needed them. I will close this if you can help me with this last question.
Thanks for letting us know. We can definitely answer that question for you. You can absolutely purchase AT&T PREPAID Refill Cards without also purchasing a cell phone. Everything that we have to offer can be found on our website at the previous link provided. Please let us know if you have any further questions or concerns.
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