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Check upgrade eligibility and options

Ready for a new iPhone, Android phone, or a tablet? You don’t have to wait to get that new device. Learn your options.

Quick answer

How do I know if I'm eligible for a device upgrade?

How do I upgrade now if I have a balance on my old phone?

How do I pay off my installment plan balance?


Get your upgrade

That new phone or tablet can be yours in minutes.
  1. Go to Upgrade your device
  2. Select the device you want to upgrade.
  3. Choose your new phone.
  4. Follow the prompts to check out. Your total due will include any remaining balance on your old phone, if applicable.

Good to know:
  • Paid off or own your device and want to trade it in? Explore our Trade-in program to see if you're eligible for an AT&T Promotion Card to use toward your next device.
  • If you choose a 5G phone but don’t already have an AT&T Unlimited EliteSM, ExtraSM, or StarterSM plan, switch to an unlimited plan where all plans have 5G access1. View unlimited plans

Plan, transfer upgrade eligibility, and fee info

Wireless plans
If you have a plan we don't offer anymore, you can keep it—even if you upgrade your device.

Want to change your plan or data amount? You'll have to choose from our current wireless plans. Keep in mind, you won't be able to go back to your old plan. Plus, if you choose a 5G phone you’ll want to pair it with a wireless plan that includes 5G network access1. Check out our latest plans

Transfer upgrade eligibility to another line on your account
You may be able to share upgrade eligibility with another device on your account. Learn how to transfer upgrade eligibility.

Upgrade fee
We may add a new device to your wireless service, we add a one-time upgrade fee of up to $45 per device to your next bill.

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