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Blling Cycle and Due date

What is the difference between the 2 my Bill due date is the 5th but my billing cycle starts the 11th?

 

Also i added a new line about 2 days after i paid my bill last month but my bill is still the same price other than an extra $6 does it not show until january or will thier be another bill this month?

What is the difference between the 2 my Bill due date is the 5th but my billing cycle starts the 11th?

 

Also i added a new line about 2 days after i paid my bill last month but my bill is still the same price other than an extra $6 does it not show until january or will thier be another bill this month?

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WEEZLEBOSS wrote:

What is the difference between the 2 my Bill due date is the 5th but my billing cycle starts the 11th?

 

Also i added a new line about 2 days after i paid my bill last month but my bill is still the same price other than an extra $6 does it not show until january or will thier be another bill this month?


The "due date" is simply the day AT&T says you have to send them money by, or you are late. 

 

The "billing date" or "billing cycle" are the dates you pay on each bill. If your billing cycle starts the 11th, that means you monthly recurring charges (voice plans, data plans, etc.) are for the 11th of one month to the 10th of the next. For example, on Nov. 11, AT&T prepared a bill for Nov. 11 to Dec. 10. You have to pay that bill by Dec. 5th or you are late.

 

Did you add the new line before or after the 11th of November? 

*The views and opinions expressed on this forum are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote, or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider, or party.
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WEEZLEBOSS wrote:

What is the difference between the 2 my Bill due date is the 5th but my billing cycle starts the 11th?

 

Also i added a new line about 2 days after i paid my bill last month but my bill is still the same price other than an extra $6 does it not show until january or will thier be another bill this month?


The "due date" is simply the day AT&T says you have to send them money by, or you are late. 

 

The "billing date" or "billing cycle" are the dates you pay on each bill. If your billing cycle starts the 11th, that means you monthly recurring charges (voice plans, data plans, etc.) are for the 11th of one month to the 10th of the next. For example, on Nov. 11, AT&T prepared a bill for Nov. 11 to Dec. 10. You have to pay that bill by Dec. 5th or you are late.

 

Did you add the new line before or after the 11th of November? 


WEEZLEBOSS wrote:

What is the difference between the 2 my Bill due date is the 5th but my billing cycle starts the 11th?

 

Also i added a new line about 2 days after i paid my bill last month but my bill is still the same price other than an extra $6 does it not show until january or will thier be another bill this month?


The "due date" is simply the day AT&T says you have to send them money by, or you are late. 

 

The "billing date" or "billing cycle" are the dates you pay on each bill. If your billing cycle starts the 11th, that means you monthly recurring charges (voice plans, data plans, etc.) are for the 11th of one month to the 10th of the next. For example, on Nov. 11, AT&T prepared a bill for Nov. 11 to Dec. 10. You have to pay that bill by Dec. 5th or you are late.

 

Did you add the new line before or after the 11th of November? 

*The views and opinions expressed on this forum are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote, or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider, or party.

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