We all love our iPhones. I’m not sure how I could function without mine. But the monthly bills are ridiculous. I am going to show you a super simple method to get a HUGE discount on your AT&T cell phone bill.
Do you qualify for a discount on your cell phone?
No Phone Calls
You don’t even have to call and threaten to cancel your service. Although that is a fabulous way to get a discount. I’m sure I’ll recommend for something later.
This is even easier.
All it takes is a few clicks of the keyboard. You can even do it on your iPhone.
There is a little known and rarely mentioned discount program that is actually available through AT&T. It is available for students and employees of certain companies.
I get 15% off my bill every month with this program so I know it works.
All You Need is an Email Address
All you have to do to see if you qualify is go to the website HERE. Or if your weird about clicking on links, just Google “AT&T Discount Program”. There is a tab that allows you to check to see if you qualify for a discount.
If you don’t qualify based on your employer, don’t give up. Think outside the box. The discounts are based on your email address. Do you have a school email? Maybe you have a edu email? Or even a government email?
Any of these will get you a discount. The larger your organization, the larger the discount.
Keep your Money
Just think, at my 15% discount. If my bill is $200.00 per month, I will save $30.00 each month. That is $360.00 a year that could go toward paying of debt, saving, or investing. Why would you pay that if you don’t have to?
Looking for More
If you are looking for more simple things you can do around your home to keep some extra money in your pocket check out these articles.
- How to Use CoinStar to Jump Start your Savings
- Save Money on Your Electricity Bills by Automating Hot Water Usage
- Account Nicknames – Possibly the best money saving tool in online banking
This is just the tip of the iceberg on ways you can save money. If you want more tips, be sure to connect with me on Facebook, Pinterest, and Twitter. I regularly post updates there that never make it here.
Do you have tips for saving money on everyday expenses? Share them in the comments.