MIL Cell Phone Benefits

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  1. DJ Cripsen

    DJ Cripsen New Member

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    Do military personnel receive some kind of benefit from cell phone bills? Someone was telling me that we get some kind of discount and I was wondering if it was true or not.
     
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    no one else has ever heard of this?
     
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    canyouspellthis The Papercut Chronicles

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    Try calling your cell phone company and asking them,?
     
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    Military Cell Phone Discounts[​IMG]
    updated 5 October 2005
    Cellular phone companies are offering 15-20% military discount. Current military discounts apply to most carriers. You may be able to leverage other carriers to match these military discounts. You may need to provide proof of Federal employment - such as your supervisor's name, phone number and your unit's address. We have contacted these companies and confirmed their discounts!
    • Sprint offers a 15% military discount. Call 1-888-788-4727. Update: Sprint has changed their policy and now require an additional 2-year service agreement for the discount.
    • Cingular offers a 19% military discount. Call 1-800-319-6393. Update: for Cingular's discounts to take effect, you will need to sign up for at least a 1-year service agreement. With a .mil email address, you can sign up for the discount at their website.
    • T-Mobile Call 1-866-646-4688. No additional contract required. Their military discounts are: Activation Fee: Waived, Voice rate plans: 9.3%, Data Standalone plans: 3.3%, Add on features: 5.3%, Blackberry Plans: 3.3%, Equipment: $20 off, Overages: 11.3%, Long Distance: 11.3%, International Long Distance: 11.3%
    • Nextel offers an 18% military discount. Call 1-800-639-6111. No additional contract required.
    • Verizon customer service number is 1-800-511-1150 and is open 8am-9pm M-F -- the USAF discount is 23%. If you are with any sister service the military discount is 17%. No additional contract required.
     
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    i know there's no early termination fee for military... i used it twice..
     
  6. RibeyeAndScotch

    RibeyeAndScotch OT Supporter

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    wtf, why does verizon offer 23% for the AF, and 17% for other branches?
     
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    Verizon offers 23% to the air force, but every other branch only gets a 17% discount? what the fuck :ugh2:.
     
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    :rly:
     
  10. GochuBoy

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    Any discounts for Veterans? :x:
     
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    :ugh:




    Denied.
     
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    tell them that you're leaving on deployment and can't use the phone.... what are they gonna do? :hsugh: they ask you if you want to keep your account on hold for like 5 or 10 bucks a month but tell them no....
     
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    Fuck yea thanks!!
     

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