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Default T mobile lowered my discount.

Used to get 10% my current bill now only shows 8%. Anyone have a clue why?

Please don't ask me to call them

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Used to get 10% my current bill now only shows 8%. Anyone have a clue why?

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Have you called them? Jk.. Wanted to be annoying. lol

Seriously though, how are you getting a discount anyways?

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Depending on the discount they are going away.
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I lost my corporate discount because I didn't want to bother filling the application to reapply again, (actually I thought that discount was going away but it wasn't?) still less expensive than other carriers, I have a great service at home and work and almost half of my bill is for phones anyway.
So if it is corporate discount you're talking about, maybe they changed the rate, otherwise I have no idea.
 
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Yes it was a corporate discount that has continued from a previous employer.

But for some reason it got lowered to 8%.

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Most likely the agreement with your corporation and t mobile changed. You are actually lucky as apparently most corporation discounts have expired or gone away totally. I know the one I could have had is now gone, which is part of the reason I am still with ATT, but I will switch soon likely to t mobile anyways as I use all their phones with unlocked bootloaders. I just hope that continues....

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We used to get 12% discount from Comcast. now it's 10

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I'm an Emt and they totally took mine away.

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T-Mobile does give a Government Discount. You must submit your DD From 214 to get the discount. 15%!!!!

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