How Can I Pay a Delinquent Account for AT&T?


AT&T is a provider of telephone, cable television and Internet services. When your bill becomes past due, you risk your services being shut off. To restore services, you will be required to pay the delinquent amount of your bill in addition to a fee. You can pay your past-due bill by logging on to the AT&T website.

Things You'll Need

  • credit card
  • Register your account. Log on to the AT&T website and click on the "Register" icon in the top right corner. This pulls up a page with options to register the product that you subscribe to. Click on the "Register" icon below the appropriate service. You will need to provide either your telephone number or account number. Follow the steps to register your account.

  • Log on to your account. Once registered, you may access your account at any point by logging on to the AT&T website and entering your user name and password into the field under the "Manage My Account" box on the right-hand side of the screen.

  • Enter a credit card number to be used for payments linked to your account. If you did not do so in your initial account registry, you must input a credit card to be linked to your account. You may also use a Visa or MasterCard debit card.

  • Make a payment. When logged on to the main page of your account, there will be an icon labeled "Pay Your Bill." The entire delinquent amount, in addition to any fees for reconnecting services, must be paid in order to restore service.

Tips & Warnings

  • You can pay your bill in person at an AT&T payment location if you do not have a credit card or Internet access. If you have Internet access but no credit card, go to to locate a payment center near you. Click on "View or pay my bill" at the bottom-left of the homepage. Then follow the prompts to find the nearest location.
  • If you do not have Internet access, call the customer-service number listed on your bill, or 1-866-295-6221.

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