How To Accept a Transfer of Billing Responsibility | AT&T Wireless

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This video shows how you can take over billing responsibility for an AT&T wireless number from another person. Learn more at: http://yt.att.com/a6e85fad
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How To Accept a Transfer of Billing Responsibility | AT&T Wireless

This video shows how you can take over billing responsibility for an AT&T wireless number from another person. There are 2 parts to the transfer process.

First, the requester, 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 the billing responsibility for the line.

With myAT&T, the entire process can be done online from a computer or on the myAT&T app on your mobile device. If you don't already have an account with AT&T, that's OK. A new AT&T account will be created.

Here are some things you need to know before you begin. The acceptor must be an adult. You'll complete a credit evaluation during the acceptance process and may be asked to make an advanced payment.

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.

As the new owner, you'll 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.

And, last, you'll select from the plans and features that we currently offer.

Here's how to accept billing responsibility for the wireless number.
You'll receive an email from AT&T explaining a transfer has been requested to you. 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, sign in to myAT&T and go to att.com/tobr. Click “Accept a pending transfer” to begin.

You'll need to complete this process within 14 days from when the original owner requested the transfer. We'll ask for some information to complete the acceptance.

During the process, as the new owner, you'll 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, just select “Complete Transfer” and the transfer is all set. You'll receive a confirmation email.

The requester will receive one final prorated bill, which covers charges up to the date the transfer of billing was completed. In addition, the new owner'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/tobr.

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