Military families are always on the go, and most times the best way to communicate with loved ones who may be spread throughout the country is with cellphones. That’s why it’s great news that most of the major cellphone service providers offer military discounts on wireless plans to active-duty service members, and in some cases, veterans as well.
Do some comparison shopping to find the right cellphone plan for you and your family. Remember to take into consideration the many different plans offered for talk, text and data use. Once you know what you want, use the following military discounts to get the best deal to suit your needs. Please contact the cellphone provider to check your eligibility.
AT&T offers exclusive discounts to military and veteran families. The savings on AT&T unlimited plans start at less than $27 per month per line when you get 4 lines. Sign up for the discount at an AT&T retail store or visit their website.
Boost Mobile will allow service men and women to keep their accounts and phone numbers while deployed overseas. While enrolled in the Deployed Military Program, no service charges will be incurred and no reactivation fees will be applied when the account is restored.
T-Mobile offers exclusive discounts to active-duty military, veterans, and their families, with 50% off the regular Magenta plan rates for family lines. 5G access is included in every plan.
U.S. Cellular offers a 15% military discount on cellphone plans. The 15% discount is applied to calling plan charges on individual single line and/or Family plans. For Shared Connect plans, the 15% discount will apply to the data monthly reoccurring charge only.
Verizon Wireless offers exclusive discounts for active-duty service members, veterans and their families. The specifics of the discounts may vary, so contact Verizon or visit their website.
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