Mobile Share Value® customers will automatically get Rollover Data
on the network with the nation’s strongest LTE signal*

We’re proud to offer Rollover Data to our new and current Mobile Share Value customers. With Rollover Data, unused plan data rolls
over for one month. What’s more, if you’re on a Mobile Share Value plan, you don’t even have to do anything to get it—
Rollover Data is automatically part of your plan. For our Mobile Share Value customers, it's our way of letting you know how much we appreciate you!
 

Your AT&T bill shows the amount of any available Rollover Data.
You can also view your Rollover Data balance online or with the myAT&T app.

 

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*Claim based ONLY on average LTE signal strength for national carriers. LTE is a trademark of ETSI. LTE not available everywhere.




FAQ for Rollover Data on Mobile Share Value plans

Rollover Data is a benefit on our Mobile Share Value plans where unused data from your monthly plan allowance rolls over for one billing period. Select GoPhone® plans offer Rollover Data for unused high-speed data (up to 3G speeds on basic and messaging phones). For information on Rollover Data for GoPhone plans, visit att.com/GoPhoneRollover.

Mobile Share Value example: If you have our 15GB AT&T Mobile Share Value plan and only use 10GB, you’ll roll over 5GB (your Rollover Data balance) to the next month for a total of 20GB to be used within the next month. There’s no cap on the amount of unused plan data within a given month that’s eligible for rollover. However, Rollover Data automatically expires after one billing period, and unused Rollover Data won’t carry over to the next month.

AT&T wireless bills sent out after January 25, 2015 show the amount of Rollover Data from the previous bill cycle available for use during the next bill cycle. You can also view your Rollover Data balance online or with the myAT&T app.

Rollover Data is shareable by all lines on the same Mobile Share Value plan. For example, if you have four lines for your family on a 15GB Mobile Share Value Plan and only use 10GB in a given month, you’ll roll over 5GB and have a total of 20GB available to use within the next month, which can be used across all four lines on your plan. This gives you and your family the extra data you may need to do the things you love, like surfing the Web, watching videos, listening to your favorite music, or sending email.

Rollover Data is used only after the full data allowance for your Mobile Share Value plan in the current bill cycle is used. Once you exceed your plan’s current allowance, you’ll automatically start using your available Rollover Data. If all Mobile Share Value plan allowance and Rollover Data are used, an additional allotment of overage data is automatically charged to your account. Overage data does not roll over.

No, we’re introducing it as a feature included with Mobile Share Value plans. As long as you remain on a Mobile Share Value plan, you’re eligible to receive Rollover Data. However, if you change the data allotments of your plan, you’ll lose the current Rollover Data balance, but you can start again and accrue new Rollover Data on your new plan.

There’s no additional cost for Rollover Data. It’s an added benefit with all AT&T Mobile Share Value plans. If you’re an AT&T Mobile Share Value customer, whether consumer or business, you’ll be enrolled automatically.

Your Rollover Data balance will be listed on your wireless bill and in your myAT&T app.

You can view your Rollover Data balance online at myAT&T or on your wireless statement. Download the myAT&T app by texting myatt to 8758.

Rollover data expires after one billing cycle, when you change your plan (including changing your data amount), or when your account or Mobile Share Value plan is ended.

No. Adding, upgrading, or removing devices to/from your existing Mobile Share Value plan doesn’t affect Rollover Data.

Here are some examples of device changes in which you keep your Rollover Data:

- You add a new device (phone, tablet, hotspot, etc.) to your existing Mobile Share Value plan.

- You upgrade a device that's on your existing Mobile Share Value plan.

- You remove a device from your existing Mobile Share Value plan.

Rollover Data on Mobile Share Value plans: Unused data from the monthly plan allowance rounds up to the nearest megabyte (MB) and carries over for one billing period. Unused Rollover Data automatically expires after one billing period or with any plan change (such as changing data amounts or termination). Unused overage data does not roll over. Rollover Data is used after your monthly plan allowance. Unused Rollover Data is not redeemable for cash or credit and is not transferable, including to other Mobile Share Value groups on your account. Mobile Share and Mobile Share Data-only plans are excluded. For information on prepaid plans with Rollover Data, visit att.com/GoPhoneRollover. ©2016 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved.