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Why Has My Military Discount Been Removed?
Axle2007
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I recently changed from a 450 minutes talk plan to an unlimited talk plan.  I notice on my current billing that my military veteran discount of 15% that I had as an Access Discount has been removed.  Please explain.  Thank you.

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Re: Access Discount
Ann154
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The employee/military discount only applies to account level portion of the Verizon Plans aka the data plan. It doesn't apply to the line access fee.

I'm most definitely NOT a VZW employee. If a post answered your question, please mark it as the answer.

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Re: Access Discount
Ann154
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The employee/military discount only applies to account level portion of the Verizon Plans aka the data plan. It doesn't apply to the line access fee.

I'm most definitely NOT a VZW employee. If a post answered your question, please mark it as the answer.

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Re: Why Has My Military Discount Been Removed?
rosedumont
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Verizon will remove your military discount any chance they get.  You buy a new cell phone - they remove it, you add another discount offer to your plan - they remove it.  They offer it but it is a fight to keep it on.

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Re: Why Has My Military Discount Been Removed?
Crestoncoyote
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I have had this very problem.  Any change to the account - switching a phone or a plan - and one must go thru hours of wrangling with Verizon to get discount back in place.  They've made it so confusing that even their own reps don't understand it.  Frustrating!

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Re: Why Has My Military Discount Been Removed?
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