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Attn: T-Mobile Corp Discount Holders -- Verify eligibility before May 31st (YMMV)

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head on over to https://validate.t-mobile.com/advantage to verify your corp discounts before May 31st to continue receiving discounts.

You have to validate your discount with a company email or paystub and if you are no longer associated with the company you were getting a discount, but your new job has a corp discount, then you can use the new job to still verify and continue receiving the discount.

t-mobile sent out a reminder postcard (see attachment)

I know this isn't a hot deal, but probably will get the most exposure for t-mobile customers.
YMMV because if you can no longer verify your eligibility, you will lose your corp discount after May 31st.
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Last Edited by Fightforit May 15, 2014 at 03:00 PM
For people who get the error about finding your account. That happened to me in the ops link, but then I used https://business.t-mobile.com/advantage and it worked. They then send your corporate email address a link which then asks for your T-Mobile Number/Account Number and didn't display an error for me.

IF YOU DID NOT GET A POSTCARD IN THE MAIL THEN YOU'RE FINE AND YOU DON'T HAVE TO VERIFY! This is only for people who need to verify and got the letter in the mail!

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yes I get that. My new company was not on the list. It seems that I will be loosing the discount Frown
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one way to work around it would be if you have a friend at the old company who doesn't have t-mobile, just ask if they can validate the link for you, so enter their email and when they get the verification email they can fwd it to you so you can validate it. The email verification is automated and after it validates, you can update the email address to a personal one.
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I have been getting 15% off since early 2013 on my two-year contract that will expire in early 2015. I can do my own research when I have time, but if someone can share some knowledge, I'd greatly appreciate it.

1) I already verified my eligibility when I signed the contract in 2013. Do I need to verify it again prior to May 31, 2014?
2) When my contract ends in 2015, will the discount be gone because T-Mobile has moved away from contracts? I plan to still be employed with the same employer and would like to continue the same plan.


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arnt there others discounts through tmobile that offer you 15% off? I will be a new customer and the sales rep said corp gives you the same % off plus other perks. just looking to safe that $
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Thanks for update...verified employment for continued corporate discount.
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I have been getting 15% off since early 2013 on my two-year contract that will expire in early 2015. I can do my own research when I have time, but if someone can share some knowledge, I'd greatly appreciate it.

1) I already verified my eligibility when I signed the contract in 2013. Do I need to verify it again prior to May 31, 2014?
2) When my contract ends in 2015, will the discount be gone because T-Mobile has moved away from contracts? I plan to still be employed with the same employer and would like to continue the same plan.


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Tofu Vic
I can answer #1. These eligibility "renewals" are being sent only to some people. How they're identified for verification, I don't know, because some are long term discount customers, and some added it very recently. However, if you are not being asked for verification, that means they do not need it from you at the moment.
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Is having corporate volume discount on your bill the same thing as if you are enrolled in tmobile advantage program? My employer does not offer discount with tmobile. So a year ago, I signed up though freelancer union which i found out from slickdeals to get 10% discount. So do i need to verify now in order to continue getting discount?
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corporate (advantage) program discounts are different from association discounts. AFAIK, you're only required to verify eligibility on corp/advantage discounts and/or if you got the reminder card.

It doesn't hurt to attempt to verify if you have the correct resources.

As for renewals, i've had my discount for over 10 years and this is the first time i've had to verify, quite possibly with the hoopla of discounts going away. I wouldn't be surprised if this becomes a yearly thing for t-mobile since they would gain 10-15% more money out of every customer who fails to verify eligibility annually.

unfortunately for me, my 15% discount came to an end because of eligibility but i was still able to verify my new work email for 10% off, so t-mobile will be getting 5% more from me each month.
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yes I get that. My new company was not on the list. It seems that I will be loosing the discount Frown
My biggest internet pet peeve, people spelling "losing" as "loosing".
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My biggest internet pet peeve, people spelling "losing" as "loosing".

Say what? You're loosing me here.
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My biggest internet pet peeve, people spelling "losing" as "loosing".
You know it can be a typo right?
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I have a 15% discount with CSU Fullerton (not sure if this is a corporate discount or an association discount), but I didn't get a reminder card and can't seem to be able to check my account with the information I put in. Is this necessary for me?
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was good while it lasted, had a 35% discount with a company that I never worked for, had the discount for about 7 years. it's the only reason i never switched and put up with tmo shitty coverage. Might have to finally jump ship to verizon now that the funbags are done.

what's the best discount now? best I can find is 14% with PTA:

http://www.1tmo.com/PTA/New.pdf
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