1. evan_2k's Avatar
    I currently have 2 lines with Verizon and am looking to add a 3rd line to my plan. The plan I have is the 18gb for $100. I get a 20% discount through my employer, but Verizon takes that off of the price of the data and not the total cost including line fee. When I use to have Sprint and Tmo back in the day, they took the discount from the total. My question is how does At&t do it? This is pertaining to the current plans they offer, not any grandfather ones. Thanks

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    10-22-15 06:00 PM
  2. early2bed's Avatar
    I get an AT&T "National Account Discount" of 24% which they subtract from the data plan only. I don't know why I don't get the discount off my voice service but it may be because I'm already on a discount plan for seniors.
    10-22-15 07:51 PM
  3. Mister Xiado's Avatar
    Discounts on Mobile Share plans apply only to the data portion of the plan.

    On older accounts, 2GB, unlimited, and I think 200MB data plans for smartphones, maybe messaging unlimited, and normally the primary voice charge are discounted. If you're getting decent service already, don't change providers just to save a few dollars. Phones aren't free.
    10-24-15 04:24 AM
  4. claytargets's Avatar
    A 24% discount is sweet, I only get 15% govt discount.

    Posted via CB10
    10-25-15 12:17 PM

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