We’ve worked really hard with AT&T over the weekend, and through the start of this week. Everyone wanted to bring AT&T Cashback back, and nobody wanted to make you send back your phones.
Because of all that work, we’re happy to announce that AT&T Cashback is back, just as it was before. Please disregard the FAQ we posted over the weekend, AT&T has assured us that you’ll get your cashback, so long as you get your phones activated, up and calling.
Over the next couple of days, you may see some repeat deal reporting. We’re only running this so that you know all of our offers are working, and that AT&T Cashback is here to stay.
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4 responses to “AT&T Cashback Update: It’s Back”
What does “activated” mean? I got a phone number from AT&T with my $30 LG’s, but I didn’t buy any minutes. Is it “activated”? Do I need to call from the new phone number?
The phone is not active until you start to use it. It has been assigned a number, that’s all. So, yes, you need to buy some airtime from somewhere.
That’s why AT&T auto-adds a $25 prepaid card to your shopping cart. You can use a different way of funding your AT&T account, but that’s the easiest to get started.
You can buy GoPhone airtime by calling 611, going online to refill, or by visiting a local AT&T, Best Buy, or Wal-Mart store.
What is the minimum airtime that I can purchase?
AT&T’s lowest refill amount is $10. But, it expires after 30 days.
We suggest $25, as it is the lowest amount with a 90 day expiration period.
The $100 refill expires after 365 days.