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Learn about AT&T Mobile Transfer at: http://soc.att.com/U4qDoz. AT&T's new and improved app transfers all of your contacts, media, messages, phone logs, and documents from your old phone to your new phone using Wi-Fi. You can choose to transfer information by last 3 months, 6 months or 1 year without deleting your content from your old phone. New shortcode is 6565. SUBSCRIBE http://go.att.com/subscribe-yt About AT&T: Laugh, learn, discover. See your favorite products, services, customer stories, entertainment, and our innovations in action. Watch the new connected life unfold. Mobilizing Your World. Connect with AT&T Visit the AT&T Website: http://go.att.com/att Visit AT&T Time Warner: http://go.att.com/atttw Like AT&T on Facebook: http://go.att.com/att-fb Follow AT&T on Twitter: http://go.att.com/att-tw Follow AT&T on Instagram: http://go.att.com/att-ig Follow AT&T on LinkedIn: http://go.att.com/att-li Follow AT&T on Google Plus: http://go.att.com/att-gplus For Customer Care issues Tweet us: http://go.att.com/attcares-tw For Business Customer Care issues Tweet us: http://go.att.com/businesscare-tw How to use AT&T Mobile Transfer | AT&T https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sY24Ok0sigg https://www.youtube.com/att
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This video walks through how to find and change your Wi-Fi name and password for your 3600HGV, 3801HGV, 5031NV or 5168NV Wi-Fi Gateway. The model number is listed on the front of your Gateway toward the bottom. Learn more: http://yt.att.com/4b246ab4 El video contiene subtítulos en español About AT&T Support: Find support videos for all the latest and greatest AT&T products, devices, & services. Connect with AT&T online: For additional support please visit us at: http://soc.att.com/esupport Find your answers on the Forums: http://soc.att.com/forum Follow AT&T on Twitter: http://soc.att.com/twitter_attcares Like AT&T on Facebook: http://soc.att.com/FacebookATT Follow AT&T on Google+: http://soc.att.com/Google_ATT Visit AT&T on our Website: http://bit.ly/WMflzV How to Change Your for Wi-Fi Name & Password: 3801, 5031, 3600, 5168 | AT&T Wireless This video walks through how to find and change your Wi-Fi name and password for your 3600HGV, 3801HGV, 5031NV, or 5168NV Wi-Fi gateway. The model number is listed on the front of your gateway toward the bottom. When you're connecting a wireless device to your home's Wi-Fi network, you'll need to know a couple of things: your Wi-Fi network name, also known as your SSID, network ID, or network name, and your Wi-Fi password, also known as your wireless network key, network key, or wireless key. The default Wi-Fi information is easy to find. Just look on the side of your Wi-Fi gateway. The Wi-Fi network name is listed as the SSID, and the Wi-Fi password is listed as the wireless network key. If the default Wi-Fi network name or Wi-Fi password has been changed, you can still find this info by using a device that's already connected to your home network. You can even use your smartphone or tablet, but it's probably easier on a laptop or desktop computer. On your connected device, open a Web browser, and in the address bar, enter http://192.168.1.254 and select "Enter". In the Gateway Status section, you'll see your current Wi-Fi network name labeled as the network ID. Also in this section is your current Wi-Fi password. This is labeled as the Network Key. To make changes to your Wi-Fi network name or Wi-Fi password, select "Wireless" in the Key Things to do Using Your Gateway section. Now you're on the page where you can make changes to your Wi-Fi gateway settings. In the Network Name field, you'll see your current Wi-Fi network name, and you can type over it to make changes. Then, in the Authentication Type area, under the Security section, we recommend using WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK for your security setting. If you see something different here, select the dropdown box, and select "WPA-PSK and WPA2-PSK". Also on this page, you can change your Wi-Fi password. This is labeled as the Wireless Key. You can change your Wi-Fi password by selecting the Use custom Wireless Network Key radio button and typing in a new Wi-Fi password. Once your changes are made, just select "Save". Since you're making changes for security purposes, you will need your device access code. This can be found on the side of your Wi-Fi gateway. Just enter this device access code into the password field, and select "Submit". After you have successfully changed your Wi-Fi network name or Wi-Fi password, you'll need to reconnect all of your Wi-Fi devices using the new Wi-Fi information. This includes the computer you use to change the Wi-Fi network name or Wi-Fi password. If you need additional help with your Wi-Fi gateway or Internet service, go to att.com/support for helpful Internet support articles, videos, and more. If you want to diagnose and fix Internet problems, go to att.com/ufix, and log in for personalized support using your connected computer, smartphone, or tablet. Thanks for choosing AT&T!
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Transfer of Billing Responsibility | AT&T Wireless Support
This video shows how you can transferbilling responsibility for an AT&T wireless numberto another person.
There are two parts to the process.
First, the Requestor, or current AT&T account owner, starts the process to transfer the wireless number.
Second, the Acceptor, or future owner, completes the process and accepts billing responsibility for the line.
With myAT&T the entire process can be done online from your mobile device or a computer.
Say for example, your adult child's line is on your AT&T account, and your child gets his or her first full-time job, you can transfer billing responsibility for the line to your son or daughter.
If the person accepting the transfer doesn't already have an account with AT&T, that's okay, a new AT&T account will be created.
You may want to take notes on this process because it involves a few steps.
Here are some things you need to know before you begin.
For the Requestor, the line can't be on a GoPhone or company account.
The Requestor's account that has the line must have been active for at least 60 days.
The line must be active.
The Requestor's account can't have a past-due balance.
Any past-due balances can be paid online in myAT&T before you begin the process.
Please note that it may take up to 5 minutes to process an online payment so you may need to wait a short time after paying before you begin the transfer.
Voicemail messages may get erased, so you should check your messages before transferring the line.
And finally, Rollover Data and Rollover Minutes will not transfer to the new owner. As the Acceptor, you must be an adult. You will complete a credit evaluation during the acceptance process and may be asked to pay a deposit. If you already have an AT&T account it can't have a past-due balance. Any past-due balances can be paid online in myAT&T before you begin the process. You will accept full billing responsibility for the line beginning on the transfer date. This includes service contract or AT&T Next retail installment agreements, if any. Lastly, you'll select from the plans and features that we currently offer.
To start the transfer process, go to www.att.com/transferservice, log in to myAT&T using your ID and password. Next, on the transfer billing responsibility page choose the wireless line or lines you want to transfer. Then enter the information for the person who will be accepting the transfer; enter the person's full first and last name and email address. After you accept the terms and conditions, select "Submit". We'll send you an email or text message confirming that your request was sent to the Acceptor. We'll also send a confirmation email or text message when the Acceptor has completed the process.
Here is how the Acceptor can start the acceptance process: either click on the link in the transfer request email that was automatically sent to you, or, if you already have an AT&T account, log in to myAT&T, select "Billing, usage, payments" and then select "Transfer billing responsibility".
The Acceptor will need to complete this process within 14 days. We'll ask for some information to complete the acceptance.
During the process the Acceptor will choose the plan for each line being transferred. You'll also need to accept the Wireless Customer Agreement; if applicable, acceptance of any Next retail installment agreements will also occur.
When the information is entered, the Acceptor just selects "Complete transfer", and the transfer is all set.
You will receive a confirmation email or text message. The Requestor will receive one final prorated bill, which covers charges up to the date the transfer of billing was completed. In addition, the Acceptor's first bill may also include prorated charges for service from the date of the transfer to the monthly billing date.
For more information about transferring wireless service to another person, please visit att.com/transferservice.
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