- If the calendar in myAT&T doesn’t present options after your due date, you're not eligible to postdate a payment.
- When arranging to pay your bill after the due date, a late fee may apply and you may see an automated notice in myAT&T about possible account suspension.
- The amount you commit to pay must be posted to your account by the agreed-upon date. If you don't pay on the date you've agreed, your service may be suspended immediately, and a reconnection or restoral fee may be charged.
- Depending on your payment history, some payment methods may not be available. When entering a payment arrangement, you commit to paying by the selected payment method on the chosen date.
If you use AutoPay, you may need to pause the current month. AutoPay will resume the next bill cycle. Contact your financial institution to ensure that the Autopay draft does not happen in addition to the payment arrangement you’ve scheduled, which could result in overdraft charges by your bank.Potential fees
- Late fee if arranging to pay after due date
- Convenience fee if you speak or chat with a Customer Care representative to make or schedule a payment
- Restoral fee if payment isn’t made as agreed and service is suspended.