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I just signed up for a BOGO last week. Does anyone know if AT&T will match this promotion or do I have to outright do a cancel and sign up again?
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i stumbled across this when makign a pyament online earlier. i think i'm finally gonna go with it after waited so long...

i wonder if costco might have similar deal?

i also see ATT has signature program i'm qualified for, but not sure if htey woudl waive the activation fee?

I dont like the Next program, it's a way to lock you in for 2 years without signing a contract, but i guess the free phone is worth it....!
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does a new ipad line count?
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If I leave Verizon can I get this deal and use the same two phone numbers? I want ATT but don't want a new phone number...
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If I leave Verizon can I get this deal and use the same two phone numbers? I want ATT but don't want a new phone number...
Yes, the checkout process lets you pick either a new phone number or to port-in an existing number.
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Yes, the checkout process lets you pick either a new phone number or to port-in an existing number.
Cool, you were right. Just got two new phones and waived the activation fee by talking to chat. Is the "next program" just a way to get you on a payment plan - I guess my question is Can I keep this phone for 3-5 years without upgrading? or does it force you to upgrade every 24 months ?
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Cool, you were right. Just got two new phones and waived the activation fee by talking to chat. Is the "next program" just a way to get you on a payment plan - I guess my question is Can I keep this phone for 3-5 years without upgrading? or does it force you to upgrade every 24 months ?
No you don't need to upgrade every 24 months. It's a way for them to break down the $750 credit into 24 installments to keep you on the plan without enforcing a contract. Of course I can pay off the phone over 24 months too without interest.

A question for u pls, how did you get them to waive activation/upgrade fee? One rep told me to request a credit after but there no guarantee that they'll do it...

I wonder what deal Costco has? Costco has upgrade fees waived
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No you don't need to upgrade every 24 months. It's a way for them to break down the $750 credit into 24 installments to keep you on the plan without enforcing a contract. Of course I can pay off the phone over 24 months too without interest.

A question for u pls, how did you get them to waive activation/upgrade fee? One rep told me to request a credit after but there no guarantee that they'll do it...

I wonder what deal Costco has? Costco has upgrade fees waived
My employer has a code but it wouldn't apply. So I started a live chat and mentioned this "code FAN 17743" and he said it is valid and after I submit my order, they will reimburse $60 (two activation fees) when I activate my new phones when I call 800.331.0500

I saved the transcript just in case, but he made it seem like no big deal.
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is the second phone unlocked?
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is the second phone unlocked?
AT&T won't unlock phones while they're on their Next plan and according to the terms of this offer both phones are required to be on Next:

"Purchase two eligible iPhones on AT&T Next or AT&T Next Every Year installment agreements"

"To get all the credits, the discounted device must remain on installment agreement and you must keep eligible service on both devices for entire installment term discounted device."
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My employer has a code but it wouldn't apply. So I started a live chat and mentioned this "code FAN 17743" and he said it is valid and after I submit my order, they will reimburse $60 (two activation fees) when I activate my new phones when I call 800.331.0500

I saved the transcript just in case, but he made it seem like no big deal.
Awesome - just used the same code to waive the activation fee :-)
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AT&T won't unlock phones while they're on their Next plan and according to the terms of this offer both phones are required to be on Next:

"Purchase two eligible iPhones on AT&T Next or AT&T Next Every Year installment agreements"

"To get all the credits, the discounted device must remain on installment agreement and you must keep eligible service on both devices for entire installment term discounted device."
You can actually pay off the phone and get it unlocked, but wait for couple months untill you see the credits started and pay off the one which your are not getting credits for. I bought an x and 8+ last time and paid off x with in 2 months and continued to get credits 4 8+.
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Would love to do this for the wife and I, but have no need for an extra line.
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What is the minimum monthly fee for two lines?
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