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Ways to pay your AT&T Wireless Bill, Change Your Payment Method, Or Make Payment Arrangements

 

Billing_New.jpgPaying your bill is easy and it doesn't require a call. With the myAT&T app and myAT&T Website you can:

  • Pay with your bank account
  • Debit/ credit card
  • BitPay - New!
  • Set up payment arrangements
  • Late payments 
  • And more! 

You can also pay all your bills at once as long as they are on the same access ID and qualify.  

 

Payment Options


Pay Without Signing-In

Pay today. All you need is your Active AT&T Phone Number & Billing Zip Code. You can also pay canceled accounts!

 

There is an app for that!

Using the myAT&T app is easiest way to pay your bill and it doesn't require a call. You will see all the payment options available like the newly added BitPay option.  including splitting your payment, setting up a late payment, and updating your payments.

Learn more about online payments.

 

Auto-Pay

The most convenient way to pay your monthly bill is by enrolling in AutoPay, which automatically pays your bill from your checking/savings account or debit/credit card.

Learn more about AutoPay. 
If you have AT&T PREPAID, the AutoPay setup is different, but just as easy. Learn more about AutoPay for AT&T PREPAID.

 

As simple as sending a text

There are 2 different ways to pay by text for all the people that prefer this simple communication method. 

Text *Pay

A simple, fast way to pay your wireless bill with no processing fee.

1. Dial *PAY (*729) from your AT&T wireless phone. Spanish-speaking customers, dial *PAGAR (*72427).

2. Press 1 to pay with a bank account, or press 2 to pay with a debit/credit card.

3. Follow the voice prompts to enter your payment information. After successfully making a payment, you'll receive a confirmation number.

Text 2 Pay

With the TXT-2-PAY service, we send you a text notification of the balance due on your wireless account approximately six days prior to your payment due date. Reply to the text message and your payment will be made using the payment information you've set up. Both text messages are free of charge.

Sign in to enroll in TXT-2-PAY using your tablet or computer.

 

In Person

AT&T Pay Station

Make your payment by cash, check, debit, or credit card at a pay station, located at many AT&T retail locations. Find an AT&T Pay Station.

 

Authorized Payment Locations

Make a payment by check or cash at one of our many convenient payment locations. Find an Authorized Payment Location.

  • Authorized payment locations accept cash, checks, money orders, advance payments, and deposits. These locations can't accept credit card payments.
  • A convenience fee is charged at all locations.
  • Paying by check? Remember to bring a valid photo ID as proof of identity.
  • Be sure to bring your account number with you. Here’s how to find it.
  • Payment locations are available only in our service areas. Outside our service area? Find other ways to pay your bill.
  • Businesses can't guarantee that they’ll be able to take payments at the time of your visit.

CheckFreePayAgents

These locations accept payments for wireless, U-verse TV, and Telco accounts. Payments are posted to your account within seconds. Find a CheckFreePay Agent.

Guidelines:

  • Bring your current bill stub to ensure proper posting to your account.
  • All payment centers process payments in real-time, so your account will be updated within seconds.
  • Authorized CheckFreePay agents accept cash, checks, money orders, and advance payments and deposits. Contracted payment centers accept cash and may accept other payment types, but advance payments and deposits are not accepted.

Pay by Mail

To pay by mail, simply return the first page of the bill with your payment and write your account number on the check. Please do not send cash. Find out where to send your payment to.

 

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Re: Ways to pay your AT&T Wireless Bill

Learn more about your options to pay your bill.

 

David, AT&T Community Specialist

AT&T Help

Need help with an account specific question?  Post a new question here on the forums by clicking the "Ask a Question" button.
For additional support, please visit us at our AT&T services hub.

*I am an AT&T employee, and the postings on this site are my own and don't necessarily represent AT&T's position, strategies or opinions.
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bill payment

I´m out of country and I want to pay my wireless bill, unfortunatelly the ATT page do not let me log in. How can I pay to avoid late payment fees?  

 

 

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Re: bill payment

Hello @gusrock28,


Thank you for making us aware you are having issues paying your bill while out of the country. I would love to provide help!


To best assist, please private message us at @ATTCares with information pertaining to your request.


Thank you for your time! Look


Linda, AT&T Community Specialist



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I need help paying my bill

 

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