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Pay your AT&T phone and entertainment bills at a time and place that works for you at your local Money Services. We’re open evenings and weekends – speak to one of our store associates who can help you get started. At Money Services, you can rest assured that your payment has been sent, and you can cash checks and send money at the same location.

Pay your AT&T bill

Just bring your bill stub, account number, and your cash or debit card to cover your payment and the fee – we’ll do the rest.

Paying your AT&T bill

With Money Services you can pay your AT&T bills quickly and easily.

It saves time

  • Combine your visit with your grocery shopping
  • Pay all your bills at once without having to visit different stores (and we also provide money orders)

It saves you money

  • Take advantage of our great low fees
  • Get special offers in-store

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AT&T Contact

If you’ve got a problem with your AT&T bill, you can get in touch with their customer services team.

AT&T online support:


AT&T dates back to 1876, when Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone. The Bell Telephone Company was originally its parent company, which AT&T then acquired. Today AT&T provides TV and wireless nationwide across a 100% fiber network.

The company also supports around 3.5 million American businesses, from multi-nationals to start-ups. AT&T employs more than 200,000 people in the US alone, including 10,000 veterans. The company now aims to find jobs for 10,000 more before 2020.


  • Western Union
  • CheckFreePay
  • Firstech
  • Fidelity Express
  • Money Gram

This retailer is an authorized delegate of CheckFreePay Corporation, Fidelity Express, Firstech and Western Union pursuant to Chapter 151 of the Texas Finance Code, Subchapter E, Conduct of Money Transmission Business.

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