I never received another billing, and had not provided AT&T with a change of address as I did not believe I had a business relationship with them any longer. I discovered, when beginning my credit repair, that a balance of $62.00 was listed. I wrote a validation letter to AT&T wireless and received a copy of a bill dated a month later showing charges incurred during my last billing period that were not billed with a letter advising these charges did not appear on the bill I paid as they had system problems at the time. They advised my credit report would only be updated to reflect a "paid charge off" when the bill was paid and would not receive any other notation. What is ironic, is I currently have an AT&T wireless account under a new plan that is reported as current with zero balance - I found this amusing as they seem not to have noticed I owed them money when they opened the new account. I do intend to pay this, it is past the SOL, but am curious if a "paid charge off" status is even worth the effort. Will it have the same value on my credit score as a regular charge off? My Experian report has updated in the last two days and dropped a point as AT&T changed the reporting to a $62.00 balance with no status.