Buisness Discount etiquette
I am a contract designer for lots of companies, and have my own email account with a few of the ones I spend most of my time in. One of my email accounts qualify for a discount through Verizon. Would it be acceptable to receive a discount because I have an email account from a company that does not technically pay me directly?
- CrackBerry Genius
02-08-13, 04:07 AM #2
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Re: Buisness Discount etiquette
I wouldn't have a problem with it, personally. It's a company you do you work with and you have a valid work email. Why not? You can even set up the discount online.
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- 02-11-13, 07:11 PM #6
Why not get the discount?
I haven't worked for the company I get a discount through for 7 years.
I'm not giving my discount up until they kick me off."For those who believe, no explanation is necessary; for those who do not believe, no explanation will suffice." - Joseph Dunninger
- 02-15-13, 04:33 PM #7
I worked for my company for 32 years. I retired two years ago and still get the discount. Technically I should not, because I no longer "work" for them, nor do I have a company email address anymore. But, I have not told my carrier that I retired, and they have never asked. So, I will take the discount as long as I can.
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