Questions about post paid month to month plan

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Questions about post paid month to month plan

How does it work? What do you pay a month?
Do you have to sign a contract?

 

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Re: Questions about post paid month to month plan

Hello, alayne701!

 

If you're switching to post-paid service, you will want to check out the two links below for more information on plans and pricing.

 

Individual or Family Plans

 

Mobile Share Plans

 

As for the contract, if you decide to use your own equipment, you won't have a contract. If, however, you decide to take advantage of the discounted equipment pricing, you will have a 2 year contract.

 

Let me know if this helps!

 

-Mariana

 

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Re: Questions about post paid month to month plan

Thank you! I appreciate the information.
So I can go to an AT&T store and have this done? I do want to use my current device.
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alayne701 wrote:
Thank you! I appreciate the information.
So I can go to an AT&T store and have this done? I do want to use my current device.

Yes, you can. Just walk inside and tell the employees that you're interested in setting up a new post paid account. As long as you bring your own phones to use, there is no contract required, which is good in my opinion. 

 

I want to say that they'll want to run a credit check or even have you put up to $500 down on a security deposit, but that might be for new customers wanting to sign a new two-year contract only. 

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Re: Questions about post paid month to month plan

Thanks, Wild Banchi! That's a good point about the possible deposit.

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