Bring your own device to AT&T Business

Switching is easy! Bring your own phone, tablet, or device and choose the plan that’s right for your business. If you’re already an AT&T customer, you can bring your own device when you add a line.

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Get up to $600 in bill credits when you switch to AT&T on a qualified unlimited plan and bring your own device.

How to make the switch

Verify your device

Verify your IMEI to make sure your device is compatible with our network.

Select your SIM

Select your SIM type. You can activate service with a SIM card or eSIM.

Choose your plan

Choose a wireless phone plan and complete your order.

Already a customer? Bring your own phone when you add a new line to an existing plan.


Keep the device you already love

Keep your phone, everything on it, and your number. Just add a free AT&T SIM card.

Choose the plan for you*

Choose from a variety of AT&T’s feature-rich mobile plans to meet your business needs.

Make the switch and save

Save money on equipment costs when you bring your own device. Plus, there’s no activation fee.

Learn how to get up to $600 in bill credits when you bring your own device.  See offer details

Switching is easy with AT&T bring your own device (BYOD)

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Unlimited Your Way℠ for Business

See what Unlimited Your Way for Business can do for you.

Pick the right unlimited plan for each employee to create a customized solution. Mix and match lines so each employee gets the features they need to stay productive in the workplace.

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Frequently asked questions

Bring your own device (BYOD) means you bring your own unlocked, compatible device to AT&T. Even if you didn’t buy your device from AT&T, you can activate your phone on a new AT&T plan.

It’s easy to transfer your current phone number when you switch to AT&T. You can check to see if your phone number is eligible during checkout.

Use your IMEI number to check compatibility during checkout.

IMEI stands for International Mobile Equipment Identity. It’s a 15-digit number that’s unique to each device. Your IMEI number will determine if your device is compatible with our network. To find your IMEI number, call *#06# on your device, or go to your device settings.

SIM cards are small plastic cards that are inserted into your phone. An electronic SIM is called an eSIM and can be activated over the internet. Both types of SIMs have unique ID numbers and store your personal data.

Your new SIM card arrives by mail ready to use. Just insert it in your device and you’re good to go.

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