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ETF on final bill?

Does the ETF get added to your final bill, or do you have to pay that immediately when terminating your contract?

 

Just curious as to how this works, I want to terminate my contract but I don't have the money to pay the ETF all at once.

Does the ETF get added to your final bill, or do you have to pay that immediately when terminating your contract?

 

Just curious as to how this works, I want to terminate my contract but I don't have the money to pay the ETF all at once.

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If you do cancel services, any applicable fees will just be added to your final bill. Remember as well that the final bill is not prorated, so if you do decide to cancel, try to cancel as close as possible to the end of your billing cycle. 

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If you do cancel services, any applicable fees will just be added to your final bill. Remember as well that the final bill is not prorated, so if you do decide to cancel, try to cancel as close as possible to the end of your billing cycle. 

If you do cancel services, any applicable fees will just be added to your final bill. Remember as well that the final bill is not prorated, so if you do decide to cancel, try to cancel as close as possible to the end of your billing cycle. 

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The ETF will be added to the final bill for each line you cancel with AT&T.
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The ETF will be added to the final bill for each line you cancel with AT&T.
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