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Question about switching to unlimited plan

I just upgraded to the unlimited choice enhanced plan today. Since I was already on autopay and paperless billing will I automatically get a $20 credit each month? Also I have been enrolled in the lowest plan for direct tv now. What credit will I get for having the direct tv now/unlimited plan combo? I’m a postpaid customer.

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‎06-17-2018 9:17 AM

Re: Question about switching to unlimited plan

The auto pay and paperless discount is automatic, but  may not start for 1 to 2 months.  I have not seen reports of delays if already signed up.  

You get a $15 discount off TV service, which you have to verify with your phone number online in DTVN website.  

You get free HBO.  

 

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Re: Question about switching to unlimited plan


@Frankthetanc wrote:

 Also I have been enrolled in the lowest plan for direct tv now.

What credit will I get for having the direct tv now/unlimited plan combo?


The $15 credit shows up on your DTV NOW bill.

 

Have you done the following? https://www.att.com/plans/unlimited-data-plans-plus-v2.html you need to use the primary account phone number (check the bill).

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