What phone is AT giving free?
AT RADIANT Core
Thankfully, AT is offering a free replacement phone (via Android Police) for those who want it. That’s an AT RADIANT Core, a budget phone from 2019 that was first introduced as a reasonable option for AT’s prepaid customers.
Does AT offer any discounts?
AT offers discounts based on your employer, school and association. Unlike other carriers, AT also offers a 15% discount to union members. Note that in most cases, this only covers the data part of your bill, not the $20 per-device line-access charge, and it’s only good for the first line in multiple-line plans.
Why did I get a free phone from AT?
“We’re upgrading our wireless network to bring you better quality and faster speeds,” AT explains on the website where it is giving away free phones. That’s why we’re offering you a free cell phone – so you can continue enjoying your service on our faster network. And the phone itself is free!”
What companies get a discount with AT?
AT Wireless Discounts
|Best Buy||20% off|
|Blue Cross||15% off|
|Burger King||15% off|
What is the meaning of the word discounted?
Define discounted. discounted synonyms, discounted pronunciation, discounted translation, English dictionary definition of discounted. tr.v. dis·count·ed , dis·count·ing , dis·counts 1. a. To sell or offer for sale at a reduced price: discounting all merchandise.
What does it mean to offer for sale at a discount?
2. to offer for sale or sell at a reduced price. 3. to lend money on (commercial paper) after deducting interest. 4. to buy or sell (a note, bill, etc.) discounted for the amount of interest yet to be paid. 5. to leave out of account; disregard.
What is the meaning of disdiscount?
dis·count | \\ ˈdi-ˌskau̇nt \\. Definition of discount (Entry 3 of 3) 1a : selling goods or services for less than their regular or list price : selling goods or services at a discount (see discount entry 1 sense 1a(1)) discount stores a discount broker discount airlines.
What does it mean to discount a rumor?
To disregard or doubt (something) as being exaggerated or untrustworthy: discount a rumor. b. To underestimate the significance or effectiveness of; minimize: I made sure in my report not to discount your accomplishments.