Paying bills is just one of those things that all of us have to do if we want to keep enjoying our favorite products and services. While it’s nobody’s favorite activity, that doesn’t mean it needs to be a hassle, either. In this article, I’ll take you through some of the easiest ways to pay your AT&T bill.
1. How to set up Autopay with AT&T
Autopay is probably the easiest way to pay your bill. Once you set it up, your bill automatically comes out of your bank account or charges to your credit or debit card. Here’s how you can sign up:
- Go to AutoPay. If you have multiple accounts, choose the one you are trying to set up for AutoPay.
- Toggle AutoPay On.
- Continue to follow all of the prompts.
- Please keep in mind that it might take a couple bill periods for AutoPay to start working. Make sure you keep paying your bill manually until you’re sure that AutoPay has taken effect.
2. How to pay your bill with myAT&T
- Go to www.att.com/pay.
- If you have more than one account, make sure you select the specific AT&T bill you want to pay.
- Review the payment amount, the payment method, and the date. Make any adjustments if needed.
- Follow the prompts and finish making your payment.
3. How to pay your AT&T bill online without signing in
- Go to att.com/fastpay
- Choose the AT&T product or service you are looking to pay for.
- Provide your account number and/or phone number.
- Continue following the prompts to complete your payment.
4. How to pay your AT&T bill over text message
If you have a wireless account, you can go here to enroll in TXT-2-PAY using your tablet or computer. This is a free-of-charge service that texts you your wireless balance six days before it is due. Once you have this service set up, you can pay your bill with your chosen payment method simply by replying to the text message.
Enjoy the extra time!
Hopefully, after reading this article, you’ll agree that there are some fairly easy ways to pay your AT&T bill. Now, maybe you can use some of the time you saved enjoying your AT&T wireless or internet service.
This article is AT&T sponsored content written by Matt Johnsen, a TechBuzz contributor and AT&T employee. The statements in this article are his own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.