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Separate phones on my account

How do I separate two phones from my account?
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‎06-11-2017 10:58 AM

Re: Transfer of Billing Responsibility


@Elmo0614 wrote:
How do I separate two phones from my account?

Follow the below steps (there is even a video)


Transfer of Billing Responsibility

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    ‎06-11-2017 10:53 AM

    Re: Separate phones on my account

    What do you mean by separate, move them to another account? If so, you need to initiate a transfer of billing responsibility: https://www.att.com/tobr/tobrHomePage.rt

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    Re: Separate phones on my account

    I have a total of 4 lines on my account.  I'm tired of paying the bill and waiting for them to pay me. I tried transfer of billing and they say their credit isnt good enough. We all owe on our phones. I'm the main account holder on this account.  I want my own line or switch to prepaid. What's the best way to do this

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    Re: Separate phones on my account


    @Lorij12 wrote:

    I have a total of 4 lines on my account.  I'm tired of paying the bill and waiting for them to pay me. I tried transfer of billing and they say their credit isnt good enough. We all owe on our phones. I'm the main account holder on this account.  I want my own line or switch to prepaid. What's the best way to do this


    If they don't accept a transfer, then you are stuck, as far as AT&T is concerned you purchased those phones and they are your responsibility.

     

    The only other option is to port your line out and let it go to collections, but it's in your name, right?

     

     

    You'll just have to kick them off the account after their phones are paid off.

     

    I have the other people have their bank sent up to pay me automatically for their phones, I don't chase them down. This way if they forget, the money still comes (they'll have to put someone else off). 

     

     

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