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AT&T Telecommunications Services Bonds

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What Is an AT&T Surety Bond? 

Competitive Local Exchange Carrier (CLEC) customers need to pay a deposit to protect AT&T from lost revenue if the customer defaults on payment. The AT&T telecommunications services bond is one way to guarantee payment for your deposit, along with upfront cash or a letter of credit. 

Whereas most surety bonds protect consumers, these bonds protect AT&T by ensuring that the company receives payments.

How Much Do AT&T Deposit Bonds Cost?

The cost of an AT&T telecommunications services deposit bond is based on personal credit score and the bond amount. Contact AT&T to determine your bond coverage requirement.

You’ll pay a small percentage of the total bond amount for your AT&T bond premium. Prices start as low as $100. Apply today to receive an exact quote.

Bond Type
$1,000-$100,000AT&T Telecommunications Services Bond works with the nation’s top surety providers to find the lowest pricing with no added fees. 

How Do I Get an AT&T Telecommunications Services Bond?

Choosing is the quickest and easiest way to get your AT&T surety bond. Just follow these five steps: 

  • Step 1: Apply for your bond online
  • Step 2: Receive an instant price quote
  • Step 3: Pay for your invoice online or over the phone
  • Step 4: Select your preferred shipping method 
  • Step 5: Sign and mail the original bond form to the address below

AT&T Credit & Collections Management, Inc.

675 W Peachtree St NW 9-088

Atlanta, GA 30308

(470) 415-3466

[email protected]

How Do AT&T Surety Bonds Work? 

The AT&T surety bond ensures that CLEC customers will pay their deposit in full and on time. If they fail to do so, AT&T can file a claim to receive the payment. The surety provider will pay the claim amount and the bondholder must reimburse the surety.

These bonds remain effective until released by AT&T and must be renewed annually. The surety can cancel this bond at any time by delivering written notice 60 days before the termination date.

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Call 1 (800) 308-4358 to talk with a Surety Expert