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Thu, Oct 20, 2016 10:55 AM

Veterans discount

Hello,

I just found out that AT&T offers a military discount to active military members as well as veterans. I am a veteran of the United States Navy and was wondering how I would go about adding this benefit to my account.

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Anonymous

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4 years ago

This page indicates going to an AT&T Corporate Store...

 

Veterans, please visit a local store and bring your DD form 214, AmVets membership card or Veteran's ID card for an AT&T associate to validate in our system. Mention FAN code 4085530.

 

More information on this page...

 

Thank you for your service...

 

Sooner Al

SGT, USAF, 1967-1971

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4 years ago

Does anybody know if the veternas discount applies to GO phones?

Anonymous

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@natalieg wrote:

Does anybody know if the veternas discount applies to GO phones?


IMHO you're best bet is to stop by a local AT&T Corporate Store and ask. 

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@natalieg wrote:

Does anybody know if the veternas discount applies to GO phones?


No, it does not.

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3 years ago

I don't know about anyone else but I've been to 2 corporate stores and made 4 calls to AT&T about getting a veterans discount and no one would accept my DD214, they said it has to be a military ID card. I've been out of the Navy 34 years, we didn't get military cards upon discharge, your DD214 was all you needed. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong here because I'm disgusted at this point,  thanks. 

 

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@Naecrp Make sure you go to an ATT corporate store. If they still won't accept the DD214, show them this: https://www.att.com/offers/discount-program/military-discount/. 

Military veterans: Department of Defense Form DD214 indicating an honorable discharge or a valid retired military ID or current AMVETS membership card. A veteran designated driver’s license or Veteran Health Insurance card are also acceptable.

 

If you still have an issue after showing them their own web site, contact @ATTMobilityCare via private message.

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2 years ago

Hello! Does AT&T have to scan the military ID? My card is pretty worn out and The barcode may not be readable

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2 years ago

@Donutguy123 Only one way to find out. I don’t remember them scannng my id but that was a couple years ago.

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2 years ago

T-MOBILE gives a real VETERANS DISCOUNT!  Check it out!

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2 years ago

Check out T-Mobile for a real veteran discount

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I dunno if you go your answer or not but I would say go to your local VA rep or AMVETS representatives offices and ask them for an ID card or go to the nearest VA medical clinic and ask. I got mine from the Danville VA medical center in Danville, Illinois. A great facility, with wonderful services provided you get the right individual to help you. That on the other hand is about a 50/50 shot in the dark.

 

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