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T-mobile 12% or 10% off total bill

Fightforit 693 August 11, 2012 at 01:21 AM in Tech & Electronics (4) More T-Mobile Deals
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I just answered this in another post because I mentioned that I have a 12% off discount through the federation of american consumers and travelers on my DTMCSA rate plan so I thought I would share it with everybody. I'm not a member and have had this discount for over 2 years.Was super easy to add. Everybody should have at least one of the 2 I posted below Smilie

Here is how it works:

Call T-Mobile at 877-453-8824 and mention that you are a member of Federation of American Consumers and Travelers. Give T-Mobile the FACT promo code: 10045TMOFAV, if they ask for it.

FACT PHONE # 1-800-872-3228

Might be easier to add it through the online chat via tmobile.com/ (this should be no problem) but I recommend you call! Just say you have a discount code that you would like to apply to the account and just give it to them real quick and hang up, don't spend any time on the phone. Point of this is so they don't ask for further info. I added mine a while back and it seems like a hit or miss on them asking for FACT ID number.

T-Mobile did not ask me for my FACT membership number to verify membership. . If you have to join FACT to get your FACT T-Mobile discount, it is still totally worth it. FACT membership is only $12 per 3 months and you can join online at usafact.org... You can then cancel it within 60 days and get your money back, if you want. You are already a member, if your health insurance is through Golden Rule

link to sign up : https://www.usafact.org/joinnowbasic.aspx

another option :


WOrst case scenario = add the freelancers union discount which is only 10% not the 12% like the above.

*ADD THIS VIA TMOBILE.COM ONLINE CHAT*
https://be.freelancersunion.org/d...corporate/ click life then tmobile to see
You will need your t-mobile information, your member ID, name of the organization (freelancers union/ working today) and their phone number (800.856.9981)

THat's it! Completely FREE to join and only takes 2 minutes.

Everyone who has t-mobile should have at LEAST this discount. It is easy, free and completely legit.

HINT: In addition to having the phone number of the group (800-856-998) You need a member No, and the organization's discount code - 7777TMOFAV

enjoynod

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Quote from myeric View Post :
I am a AAA member, Do I qualify? And what should I provide?
I am not in any contract with T yet, can I do it during the sign up?
I have a AAA discount....but not sure if they are still offering them. I noticed in the last AAA newsletter that they are offering discounts for Sprint now. Maybe they are still available.
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I have a AAA discount....but not sure if they are still offering them. I noticed in the last AAA newsletter that they are offering discounts for Sprint now. Maybe they are still available.
Thank for your information.
Do I have to call in? Or can I do it while I sign up the new contract?
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applying freelancer discounts renews your contract for another 2 years.

no thanks..
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Will this work on pre-paid plans?
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Quote from hitechgurl View Post :
Too bad i dont have T-mobile anymore. Do you have anything for AT&T?
hi, if u are working for some "big" organization, u will get upto 22% discount on AT&T Bill. I am getting 22%. Big Grin
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I'm a member because of Golden Rule Insurance... and I don't use TMobile. If somebody wants to use my number, pm me. Smilie
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I get a 15% corporate discount for T-Mobile. I also just recently switched to the Value plan (2 year extension) since I got a free phone from a friend and don't plan on getting a phone subsidized and for some reason they said I had a $10/month discount for 2 years on top of my corporate discount and the cheaper Value plan. I didn't really ask why they were offering me the monthly discount, but I just kept asking to confirm it's on it.

Also, I found that if you want to talk to a non-outsourced customer service rep you should call up the T-Mobile customer service line and when the computer lady asks what you're calling about just say "Retention".
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Quote from jbrierley82 View Post :
If you are not a member this is basically both a lie and fraud.
I am with you on that. I am sure there are some that will come to realize that they are acting as petty criminals. No better than the chinese farmers puting chemicals in the milk!

ok so perhaps not that bad.... Wink
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Only works if you renew your account when applying the Freelancer's union 10% discount. Tmobile offers no phones and expensives plans only now. Not worth the time or effort for those who are still trying to get the 10% off
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I am with you on that. I am sure there are some that will come to realize that they are acting as petty criminals. No better than the chinese farmers puting chemicals in the milk!

ok so perhaps not that bad.... Wink

Glad someone agrees
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It renews your contract from the day you apply the discount. So for me, my contract is extended til Aug 2014. My previous contract already went to Aug/Sept. 2013 so I basically only had to extend for one year.
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I used to have a 25% discount with sprint before I left. Even with the 25% my bill was $71/mo. Very glad to be off the phone upgrade & contract treadmill and getting everything unlimited with $40/mo straight talk 6 months prepaid. Trumps every discount out there for the big 4.
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I just called T-Mobile. Got the 12% discount as well as the $10 off for 24 months. He also gave me $110.00 credit to my account for being a loyal customer. Then my lines/extensions got reduced from $10/mo to only $5/mo.

Yes, this will extend your contract for 24 months.
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Thank for your information.
Do I have to call in? Or can I do it while I sign up the new contract?
I would say call and ask about it. I have had the discount for a few years now.
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I just called T-Mobile. Got the 12% discount as well as the $10 off for 24 months. He also gave me $110.00 credit to my account for being a loyal customer. Then my lines/extensions got reduced from $10/mo to only $5/mo.

Yes, this will extend your contract for 24 months.
What type of plan do you have?? Why did they give you a credit like that?? Just curious as hubby needs a new phone but they are trying to get us into a 2 years contract and we have always had 1 year contracts. Been with TMO over 10 years.
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