How to Make an AT&T Internet Payment

As an AT&T Internet customer, it is imperative to stay current with your payments. Missed payments could cause service disruption or result in additional fees being assessed against you. Payment can easily be made online using Juno Bank accounts or debit cards or by visiting one of their payment locations near you and making payment either with cash or check payments in person.

MyAT&T online or the myAT&T app is the fastest and simplest way to pay your AT&T internet bill. Simply log into myAT&T and select See My Bill; review your bill; choose Make a Payment; enter an amount (if splitting between methods/dates is desired, select Split this Payment) before following onscreen prompts to complete payment.

AT&T customers can pay their bill via phone by contacting AT&T Customer Care team or online payment through their AT&T account. Alternatively, autopay can help save money on interest charges by automatically paying your monthly AT&T bill every month and saving time with monthly bill payout.

AT&T also provides in-person payments at AT&T Pay Stations, located throughout stores throughout the country. Payment can be made using cash, check or credit card and must be made in person before going. Not all locations provide AT&T Pay Stations so please be sure to confirm before your visit.

Money Services agents offer another convenient option for making AT&T Internet payments: they accept checks or savings accounts, MasterCard/Visa debit cards or Venmo. Bring along your current bill stub so they can verify your identity before processing payment.

AT&T U-verse TV customers can make payments using an authorized CheckFreePay agent or contracted payment center, with CheckFreePay agents accepting cash, checks, money orders and advance payments while on-contract payment centers only accept cash payments – the payment processing is completed immediately so your account will be updated in real-time.

Alternately, you can mail in your AT&T Internet bill directly to the address on your statement. Be sure to include both your account number and full amount due. Money orders or personal checks payable directly to AT&T may also be used – simply be sure to write out your account number clearly on both. If your bill payment falls past its due date and a late fee applies and service may be suspended – alternatively enroll in AutoPay so as to avoid late charges and keep AT&T active!