– AT&T Wireless Transfer Billing Responsibility

myAT&T Online Account Management makes transferring your billing service as easy as pie.  The MyAccount service also provides helpful videos on other account related subjects such as how to recover your user ID, how to login, how to reset your AT&T password and how to manage your account online or using your mobile device.  The site makes it so easy to understand even a Grandma could do it.  To transfer your AT&T account you will be required to first login.  If you do not have an online account please take a few moments out of your busy day to register.  You will be required to create a AT&T Access ID  that will replace all other AT&T User IDs. Link all of your AT&T accounts to manage them together with one this unique User ID.  When creating your AT&T ID you may use letters, numbers, periods (.), underscores (_), hyphens , or at symbols.  It is recommended you use at least one capital letter and one symbol.  Once you have registered you can transfer AT&T account services.

AT&T is a multi-national business that provides customers with mobile broadband network,  AT&T U-verse TV and and long distance voice services just to name a few.  In 2005, SBC Communications Inc. acquired AT&T Corp., creating the new AT&T.  They can be found on the New York Stock Exchange under ticker symbol T and are a SP 500 component.  AT&T operates out of the Whitacre Tower in Downtown,Dallas, Texas, United States.  They have over 250,00o employees and were founded in 1983.  Subsidiaries of the company include: AT&T Corp, AT&T Mobility, BellSouth, Southwestern Bell and AT&T Teleholdings.  In the year 2010 they were named the 7th largest company in the United States by total revenue.  They offer outstanding customer service and there products are unmatched.  The AT&T corporate office can be found at AT&T’s Corporate Office Headquarters in the USA: 208 South Akard Street, Dallas, TX 75202.  By phone: 1-210-821-4105 or by email: