Welcome to AT&T login. This websites provides you with clear instructions of how you can login to your AT&T account. AT & T Inc.. is an American telecommunications company. It is the largest provider and wholesale carrier in the market of long-distance and mobile telephony in the United States.
Log in to AT&T
When you want to log in to your AT&T account, you get some options depending on what you want to do. You can log in to one of these services:
- Home Phone/Internet
- Manage multiple accounts
Let’s start the log in process by opening the browser and typing in www.att.com
Next go to the menu and click on myAT&T
This will bring you to the log in page for multiple services. You can choose on which service you wish to sign in by clicking on the right item in the left menu.
People with AT&T Access ID can use this to sign in to multiple services by choosing the option Manage multiple accounts. If you don’t have an AT&T Access ID, then choose the right service to log in. Now enter your login information and click on the button Log in to continue.
See also this video with clear instructions.
Register AT&T account
If you wish to create a new account at AT&T, you can do so by going to the Register today page. From here you can answer the question and fill in the forms to create an online AT&T ID.
The AT&T Corporation (short for its new name, American Telephone and Telegraph) is an American telecommunications company. Provides voice, video, data, and Internet services to business customers and government agencies. During its long history, AT&T has been, at times, the world’s largest telephone company, the largest U.S. TV cable operator and was even classified as a monopoly.
The original company was formed in 1880 from a subsidiary of Bell Telephone Company. AT & T Corporation was one of the largest and most powerful companies in the United States, earning it the nickname “Ma Bell”. To ensure that the monopoly of the group was broken, the FCC forced the company in 1984 to split in a number of independent regional parts. These new companies were named the Regional Bell Operating Companies (RBOCs), also called “Baby Bells.”
In 2007, AT & T signed a contract with the electronics giant Apple. AT & T was the sole provider of the popular iPhone in the United States. On March 20, 2011 AT & T announced that it wanted to take over T-Mobile USA from Deutsche Telekom for the amount of $39 billion in cash and stock, and would thereby obtain the only GSM network in the United States. As of September 2011, this acquisition is stopped by the U.S. Department of Justice.