How to Pay Your AT&T PREPAID Balance Online

As an AT&T PREPAID customer, you may normally go into your local retail store to make a payment on your account. You also have the option of paying your AT&T PREPAID balance online. Here’s a quick guide for how to do that.

How to pay with a credit card, debit card, or checking account

Note: There’s a $10 minimum payment for debit and credit cards. Note that active service requires account payment in full for monthly plans and a minimum $25 account payment for per-minute and daily plans.

  1. The first step is to sign into your AT&T PREPAID account. If you have never signed in before, that’s not an issue. Just use your 4-digit PIN as your password. After you log in the first time, you can create your new online password. You may also need to choose a permanent 4-digit PIN.
  2. Select Make a Payment.
  3. Under Credit Card, Debit Card or Checking Account, select Pay.
  4. Enter the amount you want to pay and select Continue.
  5. Follow the prompts to complete your payment.

How to pay with an AT&T PREPAID refill card

  1. Sign into your AT&T PREPAID account.
  2. Select Make a Payment.
  3. Scroll to AT&T PREPAID Refill Card and enter the PREPAID PIN from the back of the card.
  4. Select Continue. You’ll see a payment confirmation.

How to set up AutoPay

If you don’t want to worry about missing a payment, you can also set up AutoPay. Here’s how you can do that.

  1. Sign into your AT&T PREPAID account. If this is your first time signing in, your account password will be the last four digits of your mobile phone number.
  2. Select Make a Payment.
  3. Select Pay and Enroll in AutoPay.
  4. From the drop-down menu, select your payment method or add a new payment method.
  5. Select Continue.
  6. Read and agree to the AutoPay terms.

Hopefully, this guide helped you learn how easy it can be to make a payment or refill your AT&T PREPAID balance online. Visit this website for more helpful information for AT&T PREPAID customers.

This article is AT&T sponsored content written by Matt Johnsen, a TechBuzz contributor. The statements in this article are his own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.


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