I work for a hospital and was told there is a discount available.

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I work for a hospital and was told there is a discount available.

A coworker informed me that there was a process that hospital employees could apply for a discount for AT&T services. Is it true and how exactly do I apply for that?

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Re: I work for a hospital and was told there is a discount available.

Not sure if applies to Uverse but does apply for wireless cell service...
https://www.wireless.att.com/businesscenter/promos/wirelessdiscounts.jsp?bref=EBPS0000000IRuHc&WT.SR...

For current promotion(s) with fine print... http://www.att.com/u-verse/explore/offer-details.jsp

Please be aware cannot have multiple discounts applied, meaning if there is a program for health care workers could not use those plus new customer discounts listed above. Will have to determine which is best.

As an employee, we receive a flat percentage off products regardless of promotion, meaning sometimes better to sign up with spouse as account holder for better promotion than available to employee.
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Re: I work for a hospital and was told there is a discount available.

There are no military/police/fire/healthcare/senior citizen discounts for UVerse.  Wireless is a differnt story.

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Re: I work for a hospital and was told there is a discount available.

AFAIK, there are NO discounts for Uverse. 

 

As stated, there are some for wireless.  Follow the link provided earlier.

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