Most shoppers are familiar with coupons and promo codes. These are discount offers that manufacturers, retailers, and service providers may use to encourage customers to buy something or try a new product or service. They come in a few different forms, like physical paper coupons or alpha-numeric digital promo codes. Customers can often apply them during the checkout process to help save money. In this article I’ll share a few ways AT&T makes promo codes and other types of discounts available to both new and existing customers, and how to use them to get the most out of your AT&T experience.
Promo Codes for AT&T Internet
Customers shopping for internet service on att.com can often find offers incentivizing them to buy AT&T Fiber (Limited availability in select areas. Call or go to fiber.att.com to check eligibility). These offers can also often be amplified by adding an additional promo code offer. While promo codes are not always available, when they are, they add a nice extra incentive to buy AT&T Fiber online. For example, customers can often find AT&T promo code EXTRA50 that they can use to get an extra $50 reward card.
Other AT&T Deals and Discounts
Promo codes are understandably popular, but they may not be the only type of discount offers available when shopping for wireless or internet products. AT&T may offer a variety of deals and discounts on plans and devices. Some of the most common types include:
- Best AT&T deals for everyone. At AT&T, every customer can get the same deal on all smartphones. It doesn’t matter if you’re switching from another carrier or you’re an existing customer upgrading to the latest device. Everyone gets the same great deal.
- Online deals. AT&T may offer deals online that differ from those that are available in-store. Online deals could include trial offers, trade-in promotions, or specific discounts on new devices.
- Bundle deals. AT&T may offer a discount when you bundle multiple services, such as internet and wireless plans.
- Military and first responder discounts. AT&T currently offers a discount for military, veterans, and first responders on select unlimited plans.
- Senior discounts. AT&T currently offers a discount for AARP members on select rate plans as well as waived activation and upgrade fees and 15% off eligible accessories.
- Teacher, nurse, and healthcare worker discounts. AT&T currently offers a discount for teachers, nurses, and healthcare workers and their families, on select unlimited plans.
- Employee discounts. Some companies have agreements with AT&T to provide their employees with discounted rates on wireless plans. For more details or to check eligibility, visit the AT&T Signature page and select the “Business employees” tab.
- Student discounts. Some schools and universities have agreements with AT&T to provide their employees, students, and other authorized individuals discounted rates on wireless plans and other services. For more details or to check eligibility, visit the AT&T Signature page and select the “Student” tab.
Device Promotional Deals
AT&T may also offer a variety of promotional deals on smartphones, tablets, and other devices. These deals can include bill credits for qualified customers who purchase eligible phones or other devices. There’s also the AT&T Trade-In program, which allows customers to trade in a qualifying phone to receive credit for the value of the phone*, or become eligible for promotional bill credits as part of an AT&T device offer. To see if your device is eligible, start here.
It’s important to remember that AT&T’s deals, discounts, and promotional offers can always change over time and have various eligibility requirements. Availability can also vary based on factors like location and current promotions. It’s a good idea to check the AT&T website or contact customer support for the most up-to-date information on current deals and discounts.
Tips and Tricks for Finding the Best Deals with AT&T
There are a few things you can do to make sure you stay informed and ready to take advantage of the latest deals and product discounts at AT&T:
- Sign up to receive emails from AT&T. This is a great way to make sure you get the most out of AT&T’s offers, deals, and more. Delivered straight to your inbox.
- Follow @ATTexplore on Twitter and AT&T Explore on Youtube. Not only is AT&T Explore the home of #ATTdeals, but you can also find a ton of helpful tips, simple solutions, savings, and even more ways to enjoy the tech you use every day.
- Look out for all the latest AT&T news, special events and promotions by visiting the AT&T Newsroom.
- Visit TechBuzz’s current deals posts. Apple | Samsung | Google | Motorola
Hopefully, this post helped you understand a bit more about the types of promotions and discounts you can often find at AT&T. With some great deals and AT&T’s 5G fast reliable network**, AT&T’s offers make it easier than ever for customers to stay connected and maximize their wireless and internet experience.
This article was written by Aaron Harper, a TechBuzz contributor and AT&T employee. The statements in this article are his own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.
*Trade-in: Before trade-in, delete all personal & sensitive information from device’s memory & SIM card. Online and select locations only. For qualifying wireless devices only. Value based on device, make, model & condition. Limit: 5 qualifying wireless devices per 12 month period. Credit/Promotion Card: In AT&T-owned retail stores, you will receive an instant credit. At att.com, you will receive a Private Label AT&T Promotional Card, issued by MetaBank®, Member FDIC. Instant credit & Card may only be used for AT&T products & services in AT&T owned retail stores, at att.com, or to pay wireless bill. Not redeemable for cash or for withdrawal at cash-dispensing locations. Card expiration date not less than 90 days from receipt. Dealers: Participating dealers provide savings for use at time of trade-in or a dealer promo card. Dealer cards contain additional terms & conditions & may only be used at specified dealer. Other Obligations: Trade-in does not relieve obligations under AT&T Next or other AT&T’s Return and Exchange programs including recently-purchased device returns, Warranty, or Extended Warranty. Devices to be returned through these AT&T programs should not be sent to the Trade-in program. Certain conditions & restrictions apply.
**AT&T 5G requires compatible plan and device. Coverage not available everywhere. Learn more at att.com/5Gforyou.