8 ways to make life easier with paperless billing
We all know how hectic life can be. There's plenty to occupy your mind, from work to family to everything in between. The last thing any of us need to worry about is the stack of bills piling up on the counter. With that in mind, we wanted to share 8 ways that switching to paperless bills can make life a little bit easier.
  1. 1. It's more convenient:

    One of the biggest benefits of managing your account online with paperless bills is the ability to pay your bill in seconds – anytime, anywhere. All you need is an Internet connection. You just log in and go from there. And, if you have a smartphone and are a wireless customer with AT&T, you can download the AT&T myWireless app, which lets you pay your bill directly from your phone. It doesn't get easier than that.

  2. 2. It saves money

    Have you noticed the cost of a stamp going up? And what about the price of ordering checks? Those small costs add up. But when you pay securely online, you don't have to worry about any of those costs. You also save time by avoiding trips to the post office.

  3. 3. It keeps you organized:

    A lot of people like to keep their bills for their records. After all, you never know when you might want to get information from a previous bill. When you have paperless bills, it's as simple as logging in to your account. You can view more than 12 months of bills as PDFs whenever you want. And you don't have to go dig for a folder in a filing cabinet to do it.

  4. 4. It helps you remember:

    One of the main concerns people have when they think about switching to paperless bills is a fear that they might forget when a bill is due. And with so many other things on your plate, that's certainly easy to do. That's why we send out helpful email alerts to let you know when a bill is ready.

  5. 5. It cuts clutter:

    Sometimes it seems like bills multiply on their own. Before you know it, they've taken over most of your kitchen counter or office desk. But you can quickly put a dent in that stack of bills by going paperless. And, you don't have to give up the security of having a record of your bills. Online bills and PDFs are just as valid as paper records.

  6. 6. It's safer:

    Did you know that 85% of identity theft is tied to paper bills and payments? It's easy to forget when you're putting a check in the mail that you're also putting personal information out there. It actually puts your information more at risk than when you pay on a secure website. When you switch to electronic bills and automatic payments, you're actually helping protect yourself.

  7. 7. It's a good step to reduce the impact on the environment:

    Sure, paperless bills are convenient. And easy. And safe. But their benefit to the environment is no small thing either. When you go paperless, it's a small step that can have a big impact – especially when a lot of people do it together. You help save trees as well as reduce wastewater and greenhouse gases.

  8. 8. It can be even simpler:

    We've talked a lot about the ways signing up for paperless bills can make your life easier. But there's something else you can do that can give you even less to worry about. You can sign up for AutoPay, which lets you pay your bill automatically through your checking or savings account. Once you set it up, you never have to think about it again. Your bill is always on time, and we'll send you regular email reminders to let you know when your bill is ready and when it's been paid.

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