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Learn how easy it is to provision and manage your Ethernet service using AT&T Network on Demand. We'll show you how to add sites, ports, and Ethernet virtual circuits, or EVCs, using Network on Demand. For More Information: https://soc.att.com/2NqlnI6 Video Transcript: Managing your Ethernet service just got easier when you use AT&T Switched Ethernet Service with Network on Demand. In this video, we'll show you how to quickly add a new port to your Ethernet service. In a separate video, we’ll show you how to add an Ethernet Virtual Connection or EVC. Now, let’s get started. On the Business Center homepage, click “Manage.”Under “Network”, click “View All Inventory.” You’ll see a list of existing locations for all your services. To add a new port to an existing location, expand the “Actions” menu and click “Add service.” You may also have “pre-qualified” locations. This means AT&T Switched Ethernet on demand is available at that address. To add a new port to a pre-qualified location, expand the location, then in the “Actions” menu, click “Create order.” In this example, we’ll add a port to a new location. First, click “Add location” at the top of the page. Select the type of service you want to add, and then enter the address for the new service. Click "Continue.” If the address is valid and qualifies for the service, you’ll see a confirmation message. Otherwise, you can enter a new address. Click “Continue” to add the location to your inventory. If your company has multiple contracts for AT&T Switched Ethernet with Network on Demand, select the contract you want associated with this new port. If there’s only one contract, click “Continue." Now, we’ll add the port details. Enter details about the location of the port and click “Continue.” Next, specify the port settings. First, set the bandwidth of the port. Remember—the bandwidth determines how much data can flow through the port. Next, select the type of port interface supported by your equipment, then select the class of service that meets your network performance needs. Choose whether you want AT&T to install the inside wiring. This option is only available if you have a contract for Entrance Facility Construction (EFC). If you select the checkbox and the site engineer determines work is needed, AT&T will perform the work and bill you according to your contract. If you do not select the checkbox and work is needed, you will be responsible for performing the work. Finally, designate whether the port will be associated with a single EVC or multiple EVCs, and, whether 10% or more of your network traffic originates or terminates outside the state. When you’ve finished customizing your settings, click “Continue", then click “OK” on the success message. There’s still an “Action needed”, so expand the “Contacts” section. Click the edit icon next to “Building contact” to assign someone ... then click “Save”, and click “OK” on the success message. Next, assign a “Location technical contact.” You can add someone new or you can add the same person you assigned as the “Building contact.” Then, click “Save.” After the order is saved, you can review the details by clicking “Review order.” Note that you cannot select an install date for the new port at this time. When you’re done reviewing, click "Submit order", and the order is confirmed. Check your email for order updates. Within 3-8 business days, we’ll notify you in Business Center of an activation date for the new port. So be sure to check your “Messages” for an alert. If you want to change the date or any other order details, click the “Order status details” link. You’ll see the “Order Status” page, and you can make any changes there. After the port has been activated, you can order a new connection or EVC. To help you, we’ve created a separate video called, “How to Add an Ethernet Virtual Connection (EVC).” Check the Business Center “Help” menu for more videos and step-by-step instructions.
Learn how to quickly activate a new device for an existing wireless number online. We’ll show you an easy way to transfer your existing contacts and then activate your device so that you don't lose any time being connected. https://soc.att.com/2MtJXIb Transcript: AT&T Premier Do you want to activate the new wireless device you received after you requested a device upgrade or placed a port or transfer order? Let us show you how easy it is to activate a wireless device online with Premier. Activate your wireless device online if the new device is for an existing wireless number. Before you begin, transfer your photos, videos and contacts from your current device to your new device. This is important because after you activate the new device, you won’t be able to retrieve information from your old one. If you need help, use the AT&T Mobile Transfer app https://soc.att.com/2Mszk8H which works for most phones. Don’t put the SIM card from your old device in the new device, since this can cause problems. First we’ll show you how to find your IMEI number and SIM (or ICCID) card number on your new device. You’ll need these numbers later. You can find the IMEI number and SIM card number on the papers shipped with your new device… or you can get this information from the new device itself. If your new device is an Apple product, tap “Settings,” then “General,” and then “About.” The IMEI and SIM card numbers appear onscreen. Other device types may have a menu option that provides the IMEI and SIM card numbers. For details, consult your owner's manual. If your new device doesn’t have a menu option for viewing this information, also refer to the owner’s manual. If you can’t find the IMEI or SIM card number using any of these methods, remove the back cover of the device and remove the battery. You’ll find the 15-digit IMEI number printed on a white sticker. While the battery is still out, carefully remove the SIM card from the device. Notice the 19 or 20-digit number on the front of the SIM card. If you removed the battery and SIM card, replace them now and turn on your device. Now we’re ready to activate your new device. The confirmation email you received when you placed the order for your new device contains a link to the online activation process. If you can’t find the confirmation email, you can also get to the online activation process from the Premier home page. From the "I want to" list, select “Activate device” and click Go. Then follow the instructions to activate your device. When you’re done, test the device. Make sure the device is fully charged and then place a call. If the call is successful, your device is active! If the call wasn’t successful, wait a little while and try again. If your device isn’t active within 3 hours, contact Premier Support at 866.499.8008, Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 10 p.m. Eastern Time for assistance. Thank you for learning more about Premier. And thank you for choosing AT&T.
Learn a fast and convenient way to view your wireless bill online with eBill. Depending on your foundation account type, you can easily get summary data, with charge details just a click away. For more Information: https://soc.att.com/2MmUeWA
AT&T Premier eBill
Want a fast and convenient way to view your wireless bill?
Then let us show you how to view your bill online with Premier eBill!
There are three types of foundation accounts in eBill;
Billing, Reporting, and Fulfillment.
The foundation account type determines how the charges are invoiced.
Select your foundation account type to proceed.
For Billing foundation accounts, all billing account charges are consolidated and invoiced at the foundation account level.
To see a bill for a Billing foundation account, from the “View Bill” list, select “Foundation account summary.”
The Foundation account billing page shows summary-level billing data for the selected foundation account's current bill.
The total charge amount appears at the top of the page.
You can easily view data for a different foundation account, or from an earlier billing period.
The “Foundation account charges” section shows totals from the overall invoice.
To see details, click the plus sign.
The “Other billing details” section appears only when applicable.
To see more details, click the name of a charge.
The “Billing accounts charges” section breaks the monthly charges for the associated billing accounts into access charges and other charges and credits.
To see billing account details, click the plus sign.
A list appears with summary invoice information for each billing account.
You can sort the data, or search for a specific billing account number and then export the results to a comma-separated values, or CSV file.
To view more data for a specific billing account, just click its number.
You can also access billing data for billing accounts or mobile devices from the View Bill list.
For Reporting or Fulfillment foundation accounts, each billing account is invoiced separately.
To see a bill for an account associated with a Reporting or Fulfillment foundation account, from the “View Bill” list, select “Billing account summary.”
If you haven’t already selected a billing account, you’ll be asked to select one before proceeding.
The Billing account summary page shows summary-level billing data from the selected billing account's last completed billing cycle.
The total charge amount appears at the top of the page.
You can also view messages from AT&T check if the billing account is enrolled in paperless billing view data for a different billing account or for an earlier billing period.
You can also view a copy of this account’s paper bill.
Check the “Bill at a glance” section to see a total for any new charges and whether or not there’s a previous balance.
The “Other billing details” section only appears when applicable.
To view a detailed page for a charge, click the name of the charge.
The “New charge details” section shows totals for account charges and wireless charges.
To see the charges included in a total, click the plus sign.
For Wireless charges, you’ll see the total charge amount for each wireless number.
You can sort the data, or search for a wireless number and then export the results to a CSV file.
To view more details for a specific wireless number, click its number.
The Mobile device summary page appears where you’ll see summary-level data with links to more details.
You can also access billing data for mobile devices from the View Bill list.
And that’s how easy it is to view your bill online.
Thank you for learning more about Premier eBill. And thank you for choosing AT&T.