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can someone tell me who gets better discount?

virginia tech or hhs federal government?

 

I have 4 lines all with data 900 mins, unlimited data

which one would save me more money?

I contacted hr and att and no one would give me a straight answer

which one give discount to voice, data and text on prime line and secondary lines?

 

thanks in advance

 

virginia tech or hhs federal government?

 

I have 4 lines all with data 900 mins, unlimited data

which one would save me more money?

I contacted hr and att and no one would give me a straight answer

which one give discount to voice, data and text on prime line and secondary lines?

 

thanks in advance

 

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umcpgrad wrote:

virginia tech or hhs federal government?

 

I have 4 lines all with data 900 mins, unlimited data

which one would save me more money?

I contacted hr and att and no one would give me a straight answer

which one give discount to voice, data and text on prime line and secondary lines?

 

thanks in advance

 


you need to contact the adminstraors of the plans at Virgina Tech and HHS goverment, they would be the ones to supply you with the discounts amounts, requirements and what they apply to. ATT in general does not have the details of the agreement

 

Unless they have set exemptions in the agreement, in the most cast discounts only apply to the primary line in a regular family plan, ony the 5GB smartphone data plans or the data charges in the new data shared plans/ The normally do not apply to lines two through 5 in a family plan, text plans, all other data plans except 5GB / Shared, on the shared plans they do not apply to the devices

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umcpgrad wrote:

virginia tech or hhs federal government?

 

I have 4 lines all with data 900 mins, unlimited data

which one would save me more money?

I contacted hr and att and no one would give me a straight answer

which one give discount to voice, data and text on prime line and secondary lines?

 

thanks in advance

 


you need to contact the adminstraors of the plans at Virgina Tech and HHS goverment, they would be the ones to supply you with the discounts amounts, requirements and what they apply to. ATT in general does not have the details of the agreement

 

Unless they have set exemptions in the agreement, in the most cast discounts only apply to the primary line in a regular family plan, ony the 5GB smartphone data plans or the data charges in the new data shared plans/ The normally do not apply to lines two through 5 in a family plan, text plans, all other data plans except 5GB / Shared, on the shared plans they do not apply to the devices


umcpgrad wrote:

virginia tech or hhs federal government?

 

I have 4 lines all with data 900 mins, unlimited data

which one would save me more money?

I contacted hr and att and no one would give me a straight answer

which one give discount to voice, data and text on prime line and secondary lines?

 

thanks in advance

 


you need to contact the adminstraors of the plans at Virgina Tech and HHS goverment, they would be the ones to supply you with the discounts amounts, requirements and what they apply to. ATT in general does not have the details of the agreement

 

Unless they have set exemptions in the agreement, in the most cast discounts only apply to the primary line in a regular family plan, ony the 5GB smartphone data plans or the data charges in the new data shared plans/ The normally do not apply to lines two through 5 in a family plan, text plans, all other data plans except 5GB / Shared, on the shared plans they do not apply to the devices

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so they would be the same since both give 15%?

so they would be the same since both give 15%?

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umcpgrad wrote:

so they would be the same since both give 15%?


a definitive maybe - you hae to see what the discounts apply to in the agreement, one may apply to data while the other won't or maybe neither of them will. Each discount agreement is unique to the organization that negotiated it


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so they would be the same since both give 15%?


a definitive maybe - you hae to see what the discounts apply to in the agreement, one may apply to data while the other won't or maybe neither of them will. Each discount agreement is unique to the organization that negotiated it

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thanks again you the guru

 

btw I have tried several times to contact the hr and the admin in charge of these benefits from both places

 

they really have no clue!! and keep telling me to go to att instead!!

 

thanks again you the guru

 

btw I have tried several times to contact the hr and the admin in charge of these benefits from both places

 

they really have no clue!! and keep telling me to go to att instead!!

 

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A AT&T retail store can assist you with enrollment as well. Be sure to bring proof of employment (a work or student ID badge, a pay stub, or a copy of a W-2 form). The sales representative will validate your proof of employment and give you a Discount Enrollment form. You can fax or email the form with a copy of your proof of employment to the Discount Verification department.

 

A AT&T retail store can assist you with enrollment as well. Be sure to bring proof of employment (a work or student ID badge, a pay stub, or a copy of a W-2 form). The sales representative will validate your proof of employment and give you a Discount Enrollment form. You can fax or email the form with a copy of your proof of employment to the Discount Verification department.

 

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