AT&T will no longer offer prorated credits when you cancel certain services

AT&T will no longer offer prorated credits to those who cancel certain services before the end of their billing period, as spotted by Ars Technica. The change will go into effect on January 14th, 2019, and will apply to DirecTV, U-verse TV, AT&T Phone, AT&T Internet, and Fixed Wireless Internet accounts. Now, no matter when you cancel, you’ll be charged for the full month and the service will continue until the end of the billing period. AT&T already had this policy in place for its mobile service, but now the company is applying it across the board. “Currently, if you cancel any of these services, we give you prorated credits for the remaining days in your bill period,” AT&T said in a statement. “Starting January 14, 2019, if you... Continue reading…

AT&T will no longer offer prorated credits when you cancel certain services

AT&T will no longer offer prorated credits to those who cancel certain services before the end of their billing period, as spotted by Ars Technica. The change will go into effect ...

Mon 3 Dec 18 from The Verge

AT&T makes it more expensive to cancel DirecTV or Internet service

AT&T: No more prorated final bills when you cancel DirecTV, Internet, or phone.

Mon 3 Dec 18 from Arstechnica

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