Provide Your Device ID

We’ve made it easy to find your device ID. Simply select your device and brand, choose your device from the results, and then click Continue.

Device

Brand

If you don’t see your brand, follow the instructions for finding and entering your IMEI number.

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Provide your device ID directly by entering your IMEI number.

IMEI number

To find your IMEI number, dial *#06# on your keypad. This will return your IMEI number.

 

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Why AT&T?

New lower rates with Mobile Share Value plan

 

  • Nationwide service, connect virtually anywhere
  • Unlimited Talk and Messaging
  • Fast, 4G LTE speeds
  • Award-winning customer service

 

Quick facts

For an overview of which plans are available, see the Mobile Share Value overview page. For help choosing the right plan for you, use the Planner.

When you purchase a SIM card, you must also purchase a new rate plan and, in some cases, a data plan. A long-term service commitment is not required. All smartphones require data. If you do not add a data plan to a smartphone, AT&T will add it for you upon activation.

To use data services on the AT&T network with a device from another carrier or purchased directly from the manufacturer, you may need to program the data settings. If you are using an AT&T branded device, it should already be programmed with the correct settings. For a step-by-step guide to changing your data connection settings, please visit our Programming non-AT&T devices article.

No Annual Service Contract options—now it is more affordable than ever for customers to sign up for a shared data plan.

  • No Annual Service Contract available on the following:
    • AT&T Next
    • Full retail price
    • Out-of-annual-contract customers
    • Customers who bring their own device (BYOD)
  • Unlimited Talk & Text, and unlimited messaging to the world for phones.1
  • Ability to share data with up to 10 devices.
  • Mobile hotspot is included for capable devices.

 

Once you have an AT&T SIM and have activated the AT&T SIM card, you can put it in any compatible, unlocked GSM device you choose.

Yes, you add a line by logging in to your account and adding a SIM, plan, and services.

Your new SIM card will be sent to you by mail and arrives ready to use. All you have to do is insert it in your phone or tablet, and you're ready to go.

To find out if your device uses a SIM card, a micro-SIM card, or a nano-SIM card, enter your device and brand, or the IMEI number, above. All versions of the iPhone® 5 use a nano-SIM card. iPhone 4/4S uses a micro-SIM. Most 4G LTE Android™ phones use a micro-SIM.

A SIM (subscriber identification module) card is embedded with a specially programmed microchip that inserts into a compatible Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) mobile device. The SIM card encrypts transmissions and identifies the user to the mobile network. Without a SIM card inserted into the mobile equipment, only emergency calls to 911 can be made.

 

No. Like current Mobile Share plans, Mobile Share Value plans do not require a smartphone on your account.

If you purchased an iPad Air 2 or iPad Mini 3 from Apple or select retailers, you can sign up for new service or add to your existing Mobile Share plan directly from your device. Go to Settings > Cellular Data and select Set Up Cellular Data. Choose AT&T as your carrier and follow the instructions on your screen. You can also activate your device at AT&T Easy Activate using your IMEI and CSN numbers.

To find out if your GSM device is compatible with the AT&T network, enter your device and brand, or the IMEI number, above.