Guide for Paying AT&T Bill

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Guide for Paying AT&T Bill
AT&T offers a range of payment options and methods for convenience of its customers. Customers can pay their AT&T bill by different ways from the customary and basic method of mailing in a check to an AT&T payment remittance center to the newest and most ultramodern method of paying with a text message from your mobile phone. Customers can choose their preferred option such as online or other options to make their AT&T payment convenient.

Online AT&T bill payment:

Customers can view their recent AT&T bill, charges due, and past statements in the default ebill view at AT&T website. AT&T website offers paperless (online) bill payment option to save some trees, stamps and time. Customers can get notification through email every month. After getting notice, customers can login and review their bill, print it, or download it to their computer to print at a later time.

AT&T View-N-Pay:

Online bill payment is the simplest and fastest way that can be done by clicking a button directly from website. For online payment of AT&T bills, you need to visit, and click on my AT&T option, then click on Bill & payment option. You need to login at your AT&T account with your user name, and password then click on "Make a Payment." Then enter the payment amount that you want to pay, and choose one of the options such as check/saving account, credit/debit account, or use of a gift card for payment of bills.

Enter your bank account number, bank account routing and transit account information for paying bill through checking/savings account. Enter your credit card or debit card information such as card number, expiration date, and card security code for paying bill through credit/debit card. Enter your gift card information such as card number, expiration date, and card security code for paying bill through gift card. Then confirm the entered payment information on prior screens, accept the AT&T payment terms and conditions, and click on Submit button.

View & Pay at Other Web Sites:

There are various websites like that offer online bill payment services. You can view and pay your bill, at free of charge, at You can merge all your billing needs such as personal bank, credit union, brokerage firm, or your favorite financial management software. Also, you can view and pay your AT&T bill with your other bills from one suitable location.

Automatic Bill Payment:

If you often forget the date of your bill payment, then automatic bill payment option is very useful for you. This is very simple, suitable, and safe way to pay your AT&T bill. It makes sure that your bills are paid on time each month without any effort from you but you must have enough funds in your bank account or sufficient credit available on your credit card for doing this work. AT&T is allowed to automatically charge your debit or credit card each month for the amount of your AT&T bill or produce an ACH payment draft from your checking/savings account each month on your payment due date in the AT&T AutoPay service.

AT&T does not take extra charge for this service. To pay your AT&T bill, funds from your checking or credit card account are automatically transferred by ABP. You must have an Internet browser that supports the 128-bit encryption security standard to enroll by using checking account. But similar to its advantages, it also has some disadvantages. You may face a bit of a pain to disable the service of autopay by contacting a consumer service representative.

One Time Payment:

AT&T Customer Center allows you to pay your AT&T bills of a year online with the use of your checking or credit card account. This bill payment option is available only for AT&T Paper allocated consumers. AT&T does not take any charge for this service and all credit card information is totally confidential and secure. For one time payment, you need to login to your online account by using your User ID and Password or set up a new online account by choosing Register Now. Then, choose the PayBill tab at the top of your online bill and follow the instructions to make your payment.

Other option for AT&T bill payment:

There are many ways such as by mail, by a phone, and in person, to pay your AT&T bills. Generally, bills are received by mail, at the end of each month with a billed date. You need to pay your bill before its due date.

Over wireless phone:

Paying bills through phone is possibly helpful for those, who travel frequently and want to take benefit of being able to pay their bills from anyplace when they are away from home. To pay your AT&T bill with AT&T automated system by using your wireless phone, you can utilize your credit card or checking account. You need to call 1-800-222-0300 or 1-800-number listed on your bill to pay your AT&T bill by phone. Choose “Billing” option and follow the instructions to pay your bill by check or credit card from its touch tone menu. AT&T provides Pay by phone service to AT&T Paper Billed customers without any extra charge.

Through the Mail:

You need to send your check or money order with the payment slip and return in the provided envelope to pay your AT&T bill through mail. If the payment slip is lost, then send your payment to: AT&T, PO Box 8212, Aurora, IL 60572-8212. Be sure to write your account number on your check or money order. Within 7 - 10 business days, your payment will be posted to your account. This service is available for only AT&T Paper Billed customers.

In Person:

Many people give preference to make their payment in person. AT&T also offers In Person Payment option and for this option, AT&T authorized payment agents are available in most areas and are able to accept payment by cash, check, or money order. If your payment is obtained before 7 p.m. local time, then official payment agents will post it to your account on the next business day or if it is received after 7 p.m. local time, then it will be posted within 2 business days to your account by authorized payment agents.

You need to show your payment slip, included in your billing, to the payment agent at the time of payment. You should also keep your receipt for future reference. Remember that a Consumer Convenience Fee of up to $1 is charged for this service by In Person Payment agents. AT&T provides this service to its paper billed customers. You can call 1-800-222-0300 to find out your nearby official In Person Payment agent.

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