09-21-2012 01:56:59 PM
I just opened a family plan with 4 lines (1 has data) a few days ago. The plan includes 700 mins ($69.99) + Unlimited Texing ($30) + 3gb data ($30) + 2 lines ($9.99*2). So that's about $150/ month. My cousin just told me about the National Discount, which is supposed to save us $15/month. The guy at the at&t store never told us anything about this. Are we supposed to call at&t to receive this discount?
09-22-2012 04:17:02 AM
09-22-2012 07:08:24 PM
AT&T has business agreements with thousands of corporations, government agencies, and educational institutions to offer wireless products to their employees at a significant discount. To find out if you qualify, or to enroll or place an online order for discounted equipment and services, follow these steps:
- Go to the AT&T Premier Business Center website.
- Enter your work, government, or student email address under Find Out If You Qualify for Employee Discounts, then select Go.
- If we were able to verify your eligibility via your email address, you will receive an email stating that you qualify to enroll. To enroll, select Shop Now within the email message. (Note: If the Shop Now button does not appear in the email, look for a message at the top of your browser with instructions for viewing pictures.)
- Select Current Offers at the top of the page to view the current discounts.
Note: If we cannot determine your eligibility based on your email address, you will receive a message with additional instructions for determining whether your organization has a contract with AT&T for employee discounts.
If you do not have a work, government, or student email address, a sales representative at an AT&T retail store can assist you with enrollment. Be sure to bring proof of employment (a work or student ID badge, a pay stub, or a copy of a W-2 form).
The sales representative will validate your proof of employment and give you a Discount Enrollment form. You can fax or email the form with a copy of your proof of employment to the Discount Verification department. (You can also check with your company administrator/telecom manager for this information.)
AT&T's return policy has changed effective 10/07/12. You have 14 days to return the device & cxl without a ETF. Policy info HERE.
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