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Department of Defense Form DD214 indicating honorable discharge
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Current AMVETS membership card
Veteran designated driver’s license
Veteran Health Insurance card
Spouses of deceased veterans can sign up at an AT&T store with a Department of Defense sponsorship card.
Eligibility: Must provide proof of eligibility. Offer available only in select locations/channels. For internet or video credit, address on wireless bill must match address on video and/or internet bill and primary wireless account holder name must match that of eligible qualified military veteran, or qualified spouse of deceased military service personnel. Customers accepting this offer certify they are permitted to under applicable law. Eligibility is subject to annual recertifications for Military discount offers.
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Would have been nice to have this information printed on the Flyer that came in my mail. 1 hour at the Store and 30 minutes on the 800 number to get almost zero information as to the prerequisites. I have Internet and Directv but company Verizon cell phone. If it said must have AT&T wireless first, that would have been nice.
Same old AT&T, always selling, very little qualified support!