AT&T Installments or Contract options

AT&T business customers, you now have the flexibility to pay for your equipment

  • Installment plans: Spread the cost of your equipment over a fixed term with monthly payments. This is a good option if you prefer predictable budgeting and want to upgrade your equipment without affecting your wireless plan. There’s no early termination fee, but you won’t own the equipment until you complete all the payments.

  • Contracts: Get your equipment at a lower upfront cost in exchange for a service agreement. This can be a good option if you need to lower upfront costs and have your equipment subsidized buillt into the plan. There is an Early Termination Fee (ETF) if you cancel the service agreement before the contract ends. The fee depends on the equipment under contract.

But which option is right for you?

It depends on your business’s budget, cash flow preferences, and upgrade cycle.

  • AT&T Installment Plan: Pay for your phone over time with low monthly payments.
  • AT&T Next Up: Get the option to upgrade early by turning in your device after paying off half its price.
  • Contract Agreements: Traditional two-year contracts with a subsidized upfront cost for your smartphone.
  • Consider installment plans if:

    • You want predictable monthly payments.
    • You need to upgrade your equipment frequently.
    • The promotion requires installments for the credits to be applied.
  • Consider contracts if:

    • You want to lower upfront equipment costs.
    • You plan to keep the devices for the entire contract length.
    • You have a larger budget for upfront costs.

Contact me today to discuss your specific needs and find the best AT&T business equipment financing option for you!

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