Refer-a-friend "Promotion" card

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ACE - Master

Refer-a-friend "Promotion" card

My daughter moved into an apt. that offers Uverse internet so I told her that we'd do the Refer-a-Friend program and we'd each get a $25 gift card.

 

The good news is that we both got our cards.  The bad news is that it's a "Promotional" card that can only be used at an ATT store or ATT online.  Smiley Mad  I thought it would be a VISA debit card but, alas, it is not.

 

Does anyone know if I can use it to pay my bill?  If not, I suppose I could get a newer cell phone (mine's really old) and apply the $25 to it. 

 

 

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ACE - Professor

Re: Refer-a-friend "Promotion" card

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You probably should be able to.

 

"AT&T Promotion Cards can be used to buy AT&T products and to pay AT&T service bills."

 

 

 

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ACE - Master

Re: Refer-a-friend "Promotion" card

Cool...thanks for the heads-up. 

 

I really should read the fine print!  Smiley Embarassed

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