The AT&T Discount for Nurses and Physicians: Everything You Need to Know

The AT&T Nurses & Physicians Appreciation Offer discount offers nurses, physicians, and physician’s assistants its best price on eligible consumer unlimited wireless plans. This program was created as a way to thank those professionals for their tireless efforts to keep their communities safe and healthy.

If you’re eligible, you can go to the AT&T website to get your discounted wireless plan

How big is the AT&T discount for healthcare providers?

The AT&T discount for nurses, physicians, and physician’s assistants is 25% off the monthly rate plan charge for eligible unlimited plans.

How do I know if I qualify for an AT&T healthcare provider discount?

To get the AT&T healthcare provider discount, you’ll need to be a physician (MD, DO), state-licensed nurse (RN, LVN, LPN, ARPN, ARPN/nurse practitioner, CNS, CNM, CAN, etc.), or physician’s assistant (PA-C). To demonstrate this, you can submit your state license or provide one of the following forms of verification showing your name and eligible position:

  • A current employee ID
  • A recent paystub from within last 30 days
  • An employment letter from within the last 30 days

You’ll also need to have an eligible AT&T wireless plan for which you are the primary account holder.

Benefits of an AT&T plan

If you’re not too familiar with AT&T unlimited plans, you might be wondering what types of service these plans can provide. All current AT&T unlimited plans provide the following benefits:

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  • Unlimited talk, text, and data in and between the U.S., Mexico, and Canada[1]
  • Unlimited texting from U.S. to 120+ countries
  • Built-in network security from AT&T ActiveArmorSM mobile security2
  • Access to the AT&T 5G network in eligible areas3

Does AT&T offer special discounts to anyone else?

Health care providers aren’t the only ones who get a special discount from AT&T. There are also discounts for teachers, first responders, military service-members, and veterans. You can read all about these programs on the AT&T website.

If you or someone you care about is a healthcare provider, hopefully this article was helpful. Thank you for everything you do for your community!

This article is AT&T sponsored content written by Matt Johnsen, a TechBuzz contributor. The statements in this article are his own and don’t necessarily represent the positions, strategies, or opinions of AT&T.

  1. 2G off net data speeds may apply.
  2. AT&T ActiveArmor Mobile Security req’s compatible device/service. AT&T ActiveArmor app access. Download of app req’d. Other terms and req/mts apply. Visit to learn more.
  3. Requires compatible device for 5G connection. 5G may not be available in your area. See for coverage details.


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