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Understand charges on new Combined Bill

Learn how charges appear when you combine billing for Wireless, DIRECTV, U-verse TV, and AT&T Internet or Phone services.


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Charges before and after combining your bill

Make sure to pay your final, pre-Combined Bills

Unpaid balances on your separate wireless, DIRECTV, U-verse TV, and AT&T Internet or Phone bills will carry over to your first Combined Bill. If left unpaid, it may result in larger-than-expected charges on that first bill.
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Charges on your first Combined Bill

  • Monthly recurring charges 
  • If you haven’t been billed for your previous month’s services yet, your first Combined Bill will include both the previous month and next month’s charges, resulting in two sets of recurring charges
  • Any unpaid balances from separate accounts prior to combing your bills
  • Last month’s wireless usage charges, purchases, one-time charges, surcharges and fees, equipment charges
  • Prorated charges for partial monthly service, if applicable

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 dropdown at the top. Your video bill is available for 30 days and can be viewed multiple times.
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Previous bills and charges

  • To view the previous balance from 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 view up to 16 previous bills in myAT&T. Learn how to find your billing history online.
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