If you lose your original sales receipt, you may be able to submit one of the following as proof-of-purchase:
- A copy of your credit card receipt for the device.
- A duplicate receipt from the retail location where you purchased the device.
- The packing or confirmation slip included with your shipment.
If you don’t have the original box for the device, you may be able to submit a picture of the IMEI number. The IMEI number is located under the device battery. The IMEI number must be clearly visible in the picture.Check the status of your rebate
To check the status of your rebate visit the AT&T Wireless Rebate website
and enter the information required to search for the status of your AT&T wireless rebate. Note:
It can take up to four weeks from the date you submitted the rebate form for information to appear on the AT&T Wireless Rebate website. Where an AT&T Promotion Card can be used
The AT&T Promotion Card can be used wherever Visa is accepted. It is not redeemable for cash and may not be used for cash withdrawal at any cash-dispensing location. When purchasing gasoline at automated gasoline pumps take the card to the attendant first. Don't pay at the pump. AT&T Promotion Cards are non-transferable and non-refundable. Funds are available at US locations for 150 days after card issuance, through the AT&T Promotion Card expiration date shown on the card. AT&T Promotion Cards can't be reissued or reactivated after expiration.