marcvh said: This one's been around for a little while, but of course the plan I'm on isn't eligible for it.
Anybody know for sure if the Nexus One and its associated $80 plan is eligible for this discount?
posted: Jan. 7, 2010 @ 6:13p
this is not valid for all AAAs ( Chicagoland for example isn't part of this )
posted: Jan. 7, 2010 @ 6:14p
Use this link to get to the discount page directly.
EDIT: Just called the migration # (877-453-8824) and it took all of 5 minutes to get signed up. Don't bother calling the 877-AAA-7494 number to migrate as they'll just tell you to hang up and dial the migration number.
posted: Jan. 7, 2010 @ 6:20p
Says "not available in your area"
I am in michigan and it redirects me.
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posted: Jan. 7, 2010 @ 6:26p
BlkSnday said: I thought the old one was 12%, this is 14%
It's a corporate volume discount, so it is variable based on the actual volume. My last bill had 14% off with the AAA discount. Looks like a lot of AAA members are on T-Mo, which is good for everyone since the discount goes up!
posted: Jan. 7, 2010 @ 6:47p
Are there discounts for Universities? Any links? As for the AAA, it is not valid on More Plus plans.
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posted: Jan. 7, 2010 @ 7:07p
chinstrap said: Are there discounts for Universities? Any links? As for the AAA, it is not valid on More Plus plans.
There are discounts for universities. I'd probably go down or call a corporate owned T-Mobile location to inquire OR just ask customer care to transfer you to the department that deals with corp discounts.
Just an FYI for everyone: corporate volume discounts are NOT valid on the Even More Plus plans. The EM+ plan is already considered discounted which is why they don't allow a discount on top of it. DO add your discount on though - as it will still waive your activation fee for your new or additional lines. Some reps couldn't comprehend why I wanted the AAA corp discount on my aunt's account as she's on the EM+ plan. I explained to them that I know it still waives the activation fee, which is when they stopped grumbling because it's a perfectly valid reason.
posted: Jan. 7, 2010 @ 7:33p
I would suggest doing research before making any decisions on hardware. For example, it says "* Discounts on the latest devices for new T-Mobile customers* ". But when I looked at the prices for the G1 phone, AAA website says $149 and T-Mobile says $129.
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