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Sign up for AT&T device protection

Stuff happens. Learn how to sign up to protect your device against loss, theft, and damage.


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How do I sign up for device protection?
Sign up within 30 days of service activation or device upgrade.
You can sign up for AT&T Protect Advantage for 4 or AT&T Protect Advantage for 1. Here's how:
  1. Go to your myAT&T account overview.
  2. Scroll to My devices and, for the device you want protected, select Manage my device.
  3. Choose Manage add-ons. Have more than one device? Make sure the correct device is selected.
  4. Select See add-ons I can get and then Device protection. We’ll show options available to you.
  5. Select a plan and follow the prompts to finish up.
DETAILED INFO

Device eligibility

Sign up within 30 days of service activation or device upgrade.

When you’re ready to add device protection, choose from: 
For each approved screen repair2 or device replacement claim, you’ll owe a non-refundable deductible or service fee.2 The deductible amount you pay to replace your device depends on what kind of device you have. Check deductible amounts

Protect Advantage for 4

  • Unlimited screen repairs ($29 service fee for each repair)
  • Unlimited battery replacement
  • Eight shared claims for loss, theft, and physical damage
  • Six shared claims for accidental damage from handling

Protect Advantage for 1

  • Unlimited screen repairs ($29 service fee for each repair)
  • Unlimited battery replacement
  • Three claims for loss, theft, and physical damage
  • Two claims for accidental damage from handling
Heads up: Asurion handles our claims. Questions about eligibility or coverage? Call them at 888.562.8662.

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