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I have U-Verse and just signed up for a wireless plan.  I would like to link both accounts to view but will that automatically combine both on one bill?  I would like separate bills. 

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No it will not
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Accepted by jamileh (Former Community Manager)
‎09-30-2015 1:39 AM

Re: linking accounts

Here is some information about creating an Access ID: http://www.att.com/esupport/article.jsp?sid=KB412762#fbid=P--JBgRZqfU

 

This should answer your questions about being able to view both your U-Verse and Wireless accounts at the same time. 

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the link below is no longer available.  How do I link my wireless and internet accounts so I don't have to log on with seperate login and passwords?

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If it is not too late, you should reconsider linking accounts.  I linked mine and it literally broke the account.  ATT can't figure out and suggested I try a different browser.  

 

Because, after something works for 5 years, and then suddenly breaks after the accounts are linked, it must be the thing that has worked before, and not the change that occured right before the issue arose.

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