To show our appreciation for veterans, active duty servicemembers, and military families, AT&T provides a 25% discount on eligible unlimited wireless plans.
To get your AT&T military discount, active-duty military members can go to this website and sign up with their .mil email address. Veterans can sign up here. Veterans, military families, and active duty servicemembers can also sign up for a discount at an AT&T retail store. In all of these cases, you’ll need to provide some proof of eligibility.
MILITARY & VETERAN: Eligibility: Avail. to: (i) active U.S. military service personnel providing a valid military ID or current paystub; (ii) qualified U.S. military veterans providing either a Department of Defense Form DD214 indicating an honorable discharge, or a valid retired Military ID or current AMVETS membership card; and (iii) qualified spouses of active duty or deceased U.S. military service personnel providing a valid Department of Defense sponsorship card. Must provide proof of eligibility. Available only in select locations/channels. Customers accepting offer certify they are permitted to under applicable law. Eligibility is subject to annual recertifications for Military discount offers. Customers on certain offers may not be eligible. Other restr’s may apply. Credits/Discounts: Start w/in 3 bill cycles after service activation & eligibility confirmed. A one-time catch-up credit is applied for the time since customer met offer requirements, which does not change taxes. 25% off Wireless service discount Req’s qualifying AT&T Unlimited plan. Discount applied after the application of any available Autopay and paperless bill discount. Limits: No limits on the number of discounted lines on military wireless account. May not be stackable w/other oﬀers, credits or discounts. AT&T reserves right to discontinue offer in select jurisdictions at any time in AT&T’s sole discretion. Offer not made as a solicitation of business from governmental agencies.
We researched this on February 13, 2023.
If you’re active duty or retired military you may be eligible for discounts at many restaurants, businesses, and local establishments.
This includes all five branches: Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, and Marine corps. Often the National Guard and Reserves are also included.
Often documentation is required to prove involvement with military and other government organizations.
To present your proof of active duty or veteran status make sure you have at least one of the following documents.
No. Most of the time the military member is required to apply for the discount for themselves and/or family.
Normally military discounts are reserved for the military member. Occasionally, depending on discount policy, immediate family members may also use it.