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Tue, Dec 20, 2016 1:00 AM

Discount for access

I have 4 phones on my account, 3 of the phones, xxx-xxx-2842, xxx-xxx-2843 & xxx-xxx-4201 received a "discount for access" $20.00 discount. Why did the 4th phone xxx-xxx-9470 not receive the same discount?

 

Lynn

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lizdance40

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4 y ago

Discount is for being out of contract.  So you have one line that is still under contract.  

 

 

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@Fldreamin wrote:

I have 4 phones on my account, 3 of the phones, xxx-xxx-2842, xxx-xxx-2843 & xxx-xxx-4201 received a "discount for access" $20.00 discount. Why did the 4th phone xxx-xxx-9470 not receive the same discount?

 

Lynn, when was the last time xxx-xxx-9470 got a phone upgrade? (Less than 2 years ago?)

 

(Even if you used the upgrade and put the phone on a different line, it still counts for that line. When was the most recent phone upgraded?)

 

 


 

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