Learn about charges you may see on your first AT&T bill. Learn why it may be higher than you expected.
Here’s why your first bill can be higher than later bills:
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Here are some of the other advance charges you may see:
FYI: Any discounts you qualify for will be applied to these charges.
If your service starts in the middle of your bill period, your first bill will show partial-month charges. These are the charges for the days from the start of your service to the beginning of your first full bill period. Learn more about partial-month charges
Taxes may apply to charges for products and services in your bill. Specific taxes vary by state and locality. These charges are required by law and may include state-specific surcharges or regulatory fees.
To help you understand your first bills, a personalized video will walk you through charges and fees. We might also send you a video to explain any changes you make to your service or plan. Learn about video bills
Your monthly bill period starts and ends on the same date each month. To keep track of your charges, learn how to: