Att Installment Agreement

General wireless service: Subject to wireless customer agreement (att.com/wca) or for business customers, wireless service agreement applicable. Credit authorization is required. Services that are not intended for resale. Caution: Can apply. Limit values: Purchase and driving limits apply. Additional taxes and monthly fees: Apply per line and include regulatory collection fees (up to $1.50), an administration fee ($1.99) and other fees that are not government-required surcharges and taxes. There may be one-time surcharges. For more information, see att.com/mobilityfees. Restrictions on use, speed, coverage and other restrictions apply. International and national off-grid data can be with 2G speeds. The AT-T service is subject to the management policies of the AT-T network. For more information, see att.com/broadbandinfo.

With a well-qualified credit, you can get the latest smartphone for $0 down with an authorized service. Taxes on the smartphone are due at the time of sale. Other qualified customers may have to pay a down payment of 15% to 80% of the sale price or a fixed amount between $200 and $1,400. We will then divide the rest of the mobile phone into small monthly payments. Good to know: If you remove the AT-T Next Up upgrade feature, you`re no longer allowed to perform a premature upgrade. You also can`t add Next Up to your plan in installments, so make sure you really want to delete it. Remember, we can`t refund the next up fee you`ve already paid. Learn how to buy accessories on a plan in installments. AT-T Plans to miss: subject to credit authorization. Available only in certain locations.

Plans can change and can be adjusted at any time. Only for smartphones. Tax on the sale price due to the sale. A credit card may be required (except MA, PA, ND). Requires 0% APR 30 months contract to miss and service allowed. Subdivided the selling price (minus possible down payments) into the same monthly payments. $0 down: requires a well-qualified credit. Limit as low as 1 smartphone at $0 down. Down payment: May be necessary and depends on a variety of factors. The down payment if needed is either 30% of the selling price or a dollar which currently stands between $200 and $1,400 (the amount can vary and be higher).

Examples (approximate amounts): $1,099.99 Sale price with $0 minus $36.67 per month, with $330 down (30%) $25.67 per month or with a decrease of $600 $16.67 per month for 30 months. AtT Temperament Plan with Next Up: The price includes the monthly payment per smartphone and an additional AT-T upgrade of an additional $5 per month to consider an upgrade with a qualified trade when 50% of the cost of the funded device is paid. The upgrade requires a minimum of 30 to 90 days in installment payment, based on credit and other factors (subject to changes), account in good condition, exchange of devices financed in good physical condition and in good working condition by the AT-T Next Up Trade-in program (with the exception of negotiating a program where you will receive an instant credit or an AT-T promotion card) and the purchase of a new smartphone licensed in a justified consulting contract with a qualified wireless service. After the upgrade, there will be no unbilled payments. Next Up 5 monthly payments do not apply to the balance of funded equipment costs, are non-refundable and can be cancelled at any time, resulting in the waiver of the right to negotiate and upgrade for the current term of the contract. Detailed information can be found in att.com/next and your retail contract. This agreement requires you to keep wireless voice and/or data services (“services”” on your device. The services are subject to your wireless customer contract, your AT-T contract or a government agreement or an agreement with another mobile operator that we have authorized at our sole discretion (at least the “service agreement”).