AT&T is expanding its current first responder discount program to include new professions. Initially offered to active military members, military veterans, and Fire Responder agencies, the company will now be offering the discounted plans to include teachers, nurses, and physicians.
Starting July 10, qualified customers will be offered a monthly discount of 25% for the company’s unlimited plans. AT&T offers three different plans for this promo, namely Unlimited Starter, Extra, and Elite. The discount can extend to up to four family members.
Availing of the Starter plan will save up to $35 per month, up to $40 when on the Extra plans, and lastly, up to $50 when availing the upper-tier Elite plans for four lines. The unlimited plans include charges for talk, text, data, and monthly per line smartphone access charges. The promo available to both new and existing customers but is limited to the unlimited plans mentioned earlier.
Additionally, access to the company’s 5G network is also included at no extra cost for those subscribing to the Extra and Elite plans. HBO Max will also be included for those who avail of the Elite plan while Starter and Extra plans are given a 1-month free trial.
Teachers who are eligible for the promo range from those who teach kindergarten all the way to post-secondary as well as professors and instructors. Additionally, actively practicing physician assistants will also be eligible for the promo. At this moment, AT&T is the sole company that has provided exclusive promos to physicians.
This part of the company’s continued efforts to assist in persons still active amidst the pandemic. In April, the company also offered doctors and nurses three free months of FirstNet. Back in May, they were able to make their “Connecting Heroes” program exclusive to public and nonprofit state and local fire, police, and EMS departments.
In addition to exclusive promos, AT&T is providing more than $1 million in contributions to teacher-focused organizations. These include Teach for America, Breakthrough Collaborative, ISTE, and Alliance for Excellent Education.