How to Cancel AT&T Service Fast?
The company is the largest landline service provider in the US, but apart from fixed phone services it offers WiFi, internet, cell phone, digital television, and pay-TV services.
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Here are the steps:
- Open DoNotPay in your web browser
- Tap Find Hidden Money
- Enter AT&T as the name of the service
- Wait for the app to confirm your service has been canceled
You can also link your email and bank account to DoNotPay to track down all your active subscriptions and cancel those you don't use.
Alternative Approaches to Canceling AT&T Services
AT&T services can be canceled online or over the phone. The method depends on the type of service since not all of them are eligible for online cancelation.
Can You Cancel With
Yes / No
Cancel AT&T Over the Phone
All AT&T service subscriptions are eligible for withdrawal over the phone, as long as the account owner makes the call.
If you choose this method, make sure to prepare the following first:
- Personal identification number
- Account number
- Info on the type of service you want to cancel—if you are using different AT&T services you might not want to cancel all of them
You can reach AT&T customer service at 1-800-288-2020 or 1-800-331-0500.
Cancel AT&T Online
Residential DSL High-Speed Internet and Traditional Home Phone are the only two services that can be canceled via online form.
Here is how to do it:
- Go to the AT&T website
- Click Support in the top menu
- Scroll down and click on the Bill & Account box
- Pick the Move, Change, Suspend and Cancel Service box
- Click on the Cancel and Suspend option when the textbox expands
- Go to the Solution option under the Cancel Your Service heading
- Scroll down and click Show More
- Click on Submit an Online Cancel Request link
- Log in and submit your cancel request once you are taken to your Account page
Can You Get a Prorated Refund from AT&T?
- U-verse TV
- AT&T Phone
- AT&T Internet
- Fixed Wireless Internet
When you cancel any other wireless service with the company, which may also include the purchase of a device, you will have to pay the Early Termination Fee. The total amount of the fee will depend on the type of service you are canceling and the time you have remaining based on your service commitment.
Is There Auto-Renewal for the AT&T Service?
It depends on the contract and the payment options. If you have a yearly contract, your subscription will be auto-renewed each month. Your card won't be auto-charged unless you choose the Auto-Pay option.
Can You Suspend Your AT&T Subscription?
You may suspend your service temporarily, but there might be a fee associated with it:
Reason for Suspension:
Fee for Suspension?
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Does AT&T Offer Free Trials?
AT&T does offer a 14-day free trial which, if you are not happy with the service, you can just cancel without any fees. If you forget to cancel, your account will be charged for your chosen package's full amount.
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