Monday, December 20, 2010

How to View Your AT&T Contract End Date

When does my contract end? When does my service expire? When is my service end date? These questions often cross the mid of subscribers who are nearing the end of their mobile phone contract. Well, here's some useful news for AT&T subscribers.

I've dug around the AT&T website and found some steps on how to know or find out the end date for your contract. It's quite simple and no complicated steps are necessary. Here are the simple steps.

  1. Log in to your myWireless Account.
  2. From the Account Overview page, select My Profile.
  3. Select the User Number Information tab in the center of the page. Your contract end date can be found under the Contract Information section.
  4. For more information on account cancellation, select the Early Termination Fee link at the bottom of the page.
If you have multiple phone lines on your account, you must select the phone number associated with the User Information you would like to view.

Of course, a subscriber must be registered and logged in to myWireless Account to view this wireless contract information.

That's it for this post. We hope that this wireless contract information will help one to find out about your mobile phone contract end date. Stay tuned as we tackle similar topics n this blog.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Verizon Wireless Contracts and Relocation

Relocation appears to be a major concern for mobile phone contract customers. And rightfully so since coverage and network strength may vary greatly from one area to another. Fortunately for Verizon Wireless contract consumers, the carrier has devoted a program to deal with this eventuality.

The Verizon Wireless Customer Relocation program caters to customers moving from one area to another. It handles the complications that relates to mobile phone contracts of consumers who decide to relocate to another area.

Relocating Consumers should contact Customer Service at (800) 922-0204 and a representative will help determine what changes need to be made on the account.

But the big question is, will you need to sign a new Verizon Wireless contract when you relocate?
Here is the carrier's answer:
It depends on the plan type. If you are keeping the same plan and promotion in the new market as the old, your contract will not be extended. The contract, however, will be extended if you purchase equipment at our discounting prices, or accept a new promotion.

But what about fees? Well, there are no fees for changing your calling plan or your area of use. However, prorate charges will apply if you change your service.

Check out the Verizon Wireless Customer Relocation program if yu have more questions.

That's it for this post. Tune in next week for more mobile phone contract information and related news.

Monday, December 6, 2010

AT&T No-contract Phones and Plans

A large number of consumers are expected to choose prepaid services over mobile phones and plans with wireless contracts. So I thought that it would be interesting to look at some no-contract offers in the market.

AT&T is one of the major wireless carrier's in the US and it offers both no-contract offerings as well as mobile phones and plans that require a contract. his time let's take a quick look at AT&T no-contract phones and plans.

The carrier's prepaid program is called GoPhone. This prepaid mobile phone service is divided into Pick Your Plan and Pay As You Go.

The Pick Your Plan program is no longer available for new customers but existing Pick Your Plan service accounts are still being supported.

The Pay As You Go prepaid program provides no-contract phones and plans. Consumers can refill airtime at their leisure by purchasing prepaid cards. They can also purchase airtime packages available through the AT&T refill site.

These are the advantages of the Pay As You Go prepaid program:
  • No long-term contract and no credit check
  • No bills to pay and no age requirements
  • Unlimited calling to anyone nationwide on select plans
  • No long distance fees across our national service area
  • Usage tracking
  • 24/7 account refills
But what about the cellphones. Well, the AT&T GoPhone program offers a selection of new or refurbished cell phones and devices and choose from a wide variety of styles and manufacturers. Many of them can be purchased for less than fifty bucks.

That's it for this quick preview of AT&T no-contract phones and plans. Join as every week as we look at mobile phone contract or wireless contract news and updaes.