Verizon Offering First Responders Discounts On Personal Lines
Verizon Wireless today said it is extending first responder discounts to the personal lines of state and local police, fire, and EMS employees. Current and former first responders, including volunteers and retirees, can sign up for the Go Unlimited plan and receive per-line savings. A single line saves $15 per month, two lines save $35, and three or more lines save $40. A family of four can enjoy Go Unlimited for $120. The discount requires autopay and does not include taxes and fees. Verizon says first responder customers will need to log into their account and upload the proper documentation, or visit a store, to receive the discount.
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