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Discounts for Military Vets related to my home phone/internet/tv services

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Are there any discounts for Veterans who subscribe to home telephone/internet/tv available thru Verizon?

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There is.

But you have to sign up through another website. And they charge $5/month.

They offer discounts for other services as well (like AAA)

Search for FIOS veteran discounts.


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There is.

But you have to sign up through another website. And they charge $5/month.

They offer discounts for other services as well (like AAA)

Search for FIOS veteran discounts.


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Could you share the name of the website, and do you believe it is worth the $5 per month to get the discount?

Thanks.

Rob

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https://www.veteransadvantage.com/va/militarybenefits/verizon-fios

Here is the link.

up to you if it is worth it.

I'm not a veteran so can't say

 

 


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Seems like an excellent resource for discounts in a number of areas.  Thanks again for the link.

 

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Hi  I would like to get my military discount can you tell me how to go about it. 

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Read the earlier posts in this thread.


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@vazfam wrote:

Hi  I would like to get my military discount can you tell me how to go about it. 


https://members.veteransadvantage.com/deals/home-office/new-verizon-fios-customers-can-save-monthly-...

 

It is available at more than $5 a month savings. However it requires hoop jumping like any reduction Verizon puts out there. When I applied for a 15% discount at their wireless side it as screwed up. ( they actually asked for a pay stub) and I told them I have been out of the army for over 40 years. They then asked for your DD-214 or your Veterans id which I took a picture of and sent via their web uploading process. Also wanted to know other info. Even then Verizon kept asking for pay stubs. After numerous phone calls the girl said I was approved (I threatened them with the Veterans Administration and public postings) but it’s on there.

so get ready for fun and games.

 

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I was told that there is a 10% military discount for triple bundle packages. I have my DD214 wich I believe is needed for the discount. Please advise me on how to get this discount.

       Thank you

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Read the earlier posts. There is a link on how to apply.


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