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I know this is off topic, but I couldn't find a good forum to post this under. So I'm posting this under the most active forum to get maximum exposure.

 

I'll be switching over to Sprint this week. I want to know of any discounts that Sprint has other than military or employee discounts. Do they have senior citizen or credit union discounts?

 

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They may offer AARP member discounts. They do offer Credit Union member discounts. I am unsure how they verify the discounts (with mine they sent an email to my work email address with a special link that I clicked to add the discount to my account). Credit unions don't distribute email addresses to members nor does AARP. Maybe you mail/fax in a copy of your membership card or Credit Union statement?

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Sprint Employee Discount Plan for Everyone. Copy & Paste Link:

 

http://delivery.sprint.com/m/p/nxt/epc/epclanding.asp

Email: Russ.S.McGuire@Sprint.com

ID: 383

($70 a month Single Line, $10 less per month than Sprint Retail Store) Even Cheaper w/ Family Plan!

Get $50 Credit by using SAVE50 Coupon Code!

$100 credit on new line using NASCAR Coupon Code!

 

 

I know this is off topic, but I couldn't find a good forum to post this under. So I'm posting this under the most active forum to get maximum exposure.

 

I'll be switching over to Sprint this week. I want to know of any discounts that Sprint has other than military or employee discounts. Do they have senior citizen or credit union discounts?

 

Thanks

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They offer government employee discounts and credit union discounts. I think they are 22% and 19% respectively.

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I used my AOL Instant Messenger (AIM.com) email account to get a 25% discount on service, which is cheaper than the Everything Plus. I pay $62.49 for the 450 minute plan, and that includes the Premium data. When it asks for Employer name when signing up for that discount, use AOL Corp.

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I used my AOL Instant Messenger (AIM.com) email account to get a 25% discount on service, which is cheaper than the Everything Plus. I pay $62.49 for the 450 minute plan, and that includes the Premium data. When it asks for Employer name when signing up for that discount, use AOL Corp.

So anyone can sign up for aim and use the email account to say they work for aol and get 25% off? That beats my wife's southern company/Alabama power discount by a long shot.

 

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So anyone can sign up for aim and use the email account to say they work for aol and get 25% off? That beats my wife's southern company/Alabama power discount by a long shot.

 

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Yep. Easy as pie. I love the discount, however, it only works on minute plans, not the totally unlimited plan that is $100/mo.

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Will this discount work with SEROP plan?

 

I used my AOL Instant Messenger (AIM.com) email account to get a 25% discount on service, which is cheaper than the Everything Plus. I pay $62.49 for the 450 minute plan, and that includes the Premium data. When it asks for Employer name when signing up for that discount, use AOL Corp.
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My wife get a 20% discount for working for a state university. I get a 12% discount for being a firefighter. Went with her discount since its more.

 

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Sorry my first post was in response to David279

 

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I'm already receiving a discount on mine, because of my wife working for Southern Company (You would think that a company that generates frigging electricity would get more than a 5% discount, especially when it's sometimes considered a government entity), but it won't let me modify my current discount without calling into Sprint...and I don't want to do that.

Says my discount is confirmed throught June 11, 2013 so no action is required on my account at this time when I tried to use my AIM.com address.

AOL.com doesn't work, as seen above, but AIM.com DOES work, and allows you to verify.

 

I'm sure shocked that my AIM account was still there, I haven't logged into it since 2008, so I was stunned that it let me even log-in

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I'm already receiving a discount on mine, because of my wife working for Southern Company (You would think that a company that generates frigging electricity would get more than a 5% discount, especially when it's sometimes considered a government entity), but it won't let me modify my current discount without calling into Sprint...and I don't want to do that.

Says my discount is confirmed throught June 11, 2013 so no action is required on my account at this time when I tried to use my AIM.com address.

AOL.com doesn't work, as seen above, but AIM.com DOES work, and allows you to verify.

 

I'm sure shocked that my AIM account was still there, I haven't logged into it since 2008, so I was stunned that it let me even log-in

 

Maybe you should call them up and get the current discount removed so you can save an extra 20% on your service. A 5% discount is terrible!

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