- You can transfer a single line or several.
- You can’t transfer Rollover Minutes® or Rollover Data® to the future owner.
- If you have an installment agreement on the account being transferred, the remaining unpaid installment balance is due immediately. This includes accessory installment agreements.1 Learn how to pay off an installment agreement.
- You’ll get a bill with partial-month, or prorated, charges for the time the service was active in your name.
- Your agreement and features may change, depending on your original account agreement. For example, if you have multiple lines, but only one remains after you transfer billing responsibility, you may need to select a new agreement.
If you have combined billing, be sure to separate your services before you transfer responsibility for some or all of your services to a new owner.
- You can recombine the accounts by contacting us after two bill periods pass. You'll get separate bills until then.
- The new account owner can’t reestablish a grandfathered combined bundle.
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- The billing responsibility for your account (phone or device and service) will be placed in the future owner's name, using that person’s credit info.
- The future account owner accepts responsibility for the wireless account, monthly bill, and contract (if applicable).
- The future account owner gets any upgrade eligibility that applies to the transferred lines.