BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE

Your phone. Our network.

Bring your phone, tablet, or smartwatch—and everything on them—over to AT&T.

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Set up your devices on the Nation's best and also fastest network.

Choose the plan that’s right for you

  • Experience the freedom of prepaid

    With no credit check and flexible plans to suit you, it’s easy to join AT&T PREPAIDSM.

  • Unlimited data. Endless enjoyment.

    Experience worry-free data and get your choice of premium entertainment with our unlimited plans.

Already with AT&T? It’s easy to bring another device to our networkJust add a new line to your current plan.

BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE

Switching to AT&T is simple

  • Keep your number.
  • Transfer without a contract.
  • Get a free SIM card.
  • Enjoy a wireless plan with no overage charges.

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AT&T UNLIMITED &MORESM PREMIUM

Unlimited data. Endless entertainment.

AT&T has the only unlimited plan that gives you the choice of premium—now including Spotify Premium—at no extra charge.

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Ready to get started?

  • What do I need?

    Just your unlocked phone, tablet, or smartwatch and the SIM kit we send you.

  • Compatible devices

    Make sure your device is ready for our network.

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  • You're all set

    Now choose your new wireless plan.

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Frequently asked questions

  • What does “Bring Your Own Device” or “BYOD” mean?

    BYOD means you bring your own unlocked, compatible device to AT&T. Even if you didn't buy your device from AT&T, you can activate your phone on a new AT&T plan.

  • What is the biggest benefit of BYOD?

    No contract! Transfer an eligible, unlocked phone you own and love to a new AT&T plan. Or, you can switch a newly-purchased phone from your current provider to AT&T.

  • What is a SIM or eSIM card?

    SIM cards are small plastic cards that are inserted into your phone. They have a unique ID number and store your personal data. An electronic SIM is called an eSIM, and it can be activated over the internet. All wireless phones have SIM cards, but only Dual SIM devices have eSIMs.