How can I apply for AT phone service?

You can submit an order for service online at or visit your local AT store. To locate your nearest store please go to and select Store Locations & Appointments on the upper right of the site.

Can I start a phone plan online?

If you’re asking yourself, can I start a phone plan online? The answer is yes. This is great news, especially if you’re not yet ready to go into stores as they gradually begin to re-open. And not only can you start a phone plan online, but you can also buy a cell phone online.

How do I set up AT online?

Get a free AT email address

  1. Go to and select Sign In.
  2. Choose Create AT Account.
  3. Enter your wireless number and ZIP Code.
  4. Enter the code and select Continue.
  5. Complete the info to create your new AT email address and password.
  6. Enter your profile info and security questions and answers.

Can I get approved for AT?

Remember, AT, like most other corporations, is all about the money. So, even with poor credit, you could get approved because it is (almost) a guarantee that you will then be paying your bill every month in order to continue using their services.

What credit score do I need for AT?

While there isn’t a specific or public credit score needed for AT wireless, you may be subject to a higher fee the lower your score; some estimates suggest scores under 500 won’t be eligible for any plans.

How do I open an AT account?

Set up your ID Go to the myAT sign-in page and select Create one now. Enter your AT phone number or account number and your billing ZIP Code. You may also be asked to enter a verification code. If there’s already a user ID for the account, choose from the options listed.

How do I get my AT username and password?

Forgot your AT user ID Or, you can select Forgot user ID on the myAT sign-in page. If you don’t know your contact email address or we don’t recognize it, select Forgot your contact email? and enter your info. You can also do this to find your AT email address.

What credit score do you need to get approved for AT?