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Understand charges on a new combined bill

Learn how charges appear when you combine billing for AT&T WIRELESS, DIRECTV, U-verse TV, AT&T INTERNET, or AT&T PHONE services.


Charges before and after combining your bill

Make sure to pay your final, pre-combined bills

If you don’t pay off your separate bills, your first combined bill total may be higher than you expect. That’s because any unpaid balances on your separate AT&T WIRELESS℠, DIRECTV®, U-verse® TV, AT&T INTERNET, or AT&T PHONE bills will carry over to your first combined billl.

Charges on your first combined bill

  • Monthly recurring charges 
  • Two sets of recurring charges (the previous and next month’s charges) if you weren’t billed for your previous month’s services yet
  • Any unpaid balances from separate accounts prior to combining your bills
  • Last month’s wireless usage charges, purchases, one-time charges, surcharges and fees, and equipment charges
  • Partial-month (prorated) charges if your service isn’t for a full month

Note: Charges for wireless overage are billed after the charges are incurred.

Personalized video bill
Check out your personalized video bill on Account overview in myAT&T. If you have three or more accounts, select the account from the drop-down menu at the top. Your video bill is available for 30 days.

Previous bills and charges

  • To find the balance on your second to last wireless bill, view the Wireless before Combined Bill > Previous Activity section on your combined bill. You can also view your payments and adjustments in the same section.
  • You can see up to 16 previous bills in myAT&T. Learn how to find your billing history online.

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