AT&T allows you the ability to transfer your account if there is another person who is willing to take over the remainder of your phone contract. The Transfer of Billing Responsibility requires that an account be active for at least 60 days and not have a past due balance. The new account holder must be at least 18 years of age. The new account holder may lose the roll over minutes associated with the account.
Things You'll Need
- New account holder full name
- New account holder email address
Navigate to the AT&T Wireless website and log in to your myWireless account. Click "Support" and click "More phone/device support" from the "Phone/Device support" section of the support landing page.
Click "Transfer your phone" and complete the "Transfer of Billing Responsibility Request" form and click "Accept & check eligibility." You will be required to enter the new account holder's personal information including full name and email address. The online system will review your account to verify eligibility of the account and the person the account will be transferred to.
Wait for an email notifying you whether or not the new account holder accepts the account transfer. The new account holder will be sent an email with a link to complete the transfer. After the information for the transfer is complete you will receive an email notifying you of the change.
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