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Have an employer related discount with Verizon? You may be asked to verify your eligibility

0. phoneArena 03 Mar 2013, 02:20 posted on

We have received a couple of tips, indicating that Verizon will soon be contacting customers who receive discounts...

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posted on 03 Mar 2013, 15:37 2

27. gmracer1 (Posts: 646; Member since: 28 Dec 2012)


lmao! I bet you're the type of person that would walk on to a Mercedes lot and tell the salesman, "ya know.....I can get a Kia Optima, right down the road, for $40K less."

Comparison? "ya know......I can go to MetroPCS, right around the corner, and they're almost half the price."

Noob.

posted on 03 Mar 2013, 16:39

34. 14545 (Posts: 1605; Member since: 22 Nov 2011)


Yes, exactly the same thing. Clearly. :Rollseyes:

I've actually tried other carriers, and they all suck. So if I'm going to get crappy service, WHY NOT PAY THE LEAST AMOUNT OF MONEY? This analogy would be more like the difference between a KIA optima and a Nissan Sentra. Not a Mercedes.

posted on 03 Mar 2013, 16:14 1

30. N.Reynolds (Posts: 257; Member since: 15 Feb 2011)


Haha, so it sounds like it was your fault that you paid full price for two years, not Verizon.

posted on 03 Mar 2013, 16:34

32. 14545 (Posts: 1605; Member since: 22 Nov 2011)


No, I my company didn't "advertise" the discount. Therefore I didn't find out about it until a co worker was upgrading and he found out.

posted on 03 Mar 2013, 12:33

16. tward291 (Posts: 559; Member since: 14 Feb 2012)


Is Verizon discount like att. I get a 25% off but its only on voice not on data only way I get it on data Is if its 300mb which sucks. its not 25% off total bill before tax its off just voice. I was lied to when I stated guy told me it was overall before tax added

posted on 03 Mar 2013, 12:42 1

18. 14545 (Posts: 1605; Member since: 22 Nov 2011)


Mine used to be the voice and data on the first line until 2009. then it was just converted to voice only. But different employers are get different billing.
http://wiki.howardforums.com/index.php/Verizon_Corporate_Discount_List
This isn't even the whole list, as my former employer isn't even on here. Yet i have had, and still continue to have my discount.

posted on 03 Mar 2013, 15:38

28. gmracer1 (Posts: 646; Member since: 28 Dec 2012)


Discounts are delegated by the employers--not by the carriers. Just some FYI

posted on 03 Mar 2013, 16:40

35. 14545 (Posts: 1605; Member since: 22 Nov 2011)


What are you talking about? What does it have to do with what I stated above? Go away.

posted on 03 Mar 2013, 18:48

42. dragonstkdgirl (Posts: 144; Member since: 07 Apr 2012)


Discounts on America's Choice or Nationwide plans apply to account level/first line, plus data plans. Share Everything plans the discount applies to the account level plan. Plans under $30/month or mobile broadband plans aren't eligible for discount.

posted on 03 Mar 2013, 21:00

45. 14545 (Posts: 1605; Member since: 22 Nov 2011)


Not on all of them. My discount only applies to the account level line, and the other additional line charges. So, 22 or something, plus 2 per line. It's like 30 dollars total in discounts on mine. Not ever corporate plan is the same. They also stopped discounting my "account level" data plan in like 2010. Which was my only data plan to ever get the discount.

posted on 03 Mar 2013, 15:54

29. N.Reynolds (Posts: 257; Member since: 15 Feb 2011)


It varies by your discount and plan. I get 20% off my entire plan including my unlimited data and 25% off phones and accessories. But that was implemented a while ago and probably wouldn't stay the same if I changed my plan at all. But I'm loving my unlimited data so that won't happen.

posted on 03 Mar 2013, 19:36

43. johnbftl (Posts: 281; Member since: 09 Jun 2012)


Ok, I work for a major carrier and deal with employers discounts a lot. Employers enter agreements with carriers to subsidize your monthly service for working for them, just like they subsidize your healthcare, dental, and all those other nice benefits. They're picking up the tab for the rest of it. When you leave your company, they don't keep paying your healthcare now do they? Now just like all other benefits, they're based upon employment level. Companies have different discount agreements depending on whether you're management, an executive, or just a mindless drone. So yes, keeping a discount after leaving a company is defrauding both your old company and your carrier. Your carrier has all the right to audit. When I left Wireless Advocates, Verizon cancelled my employee line within a month. Sure I miss paying $10 a month for 1500 minutes, unlimited text and data but I have no right to complain. I left that company. It's about time carriers start auditing.

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