If you’re active duty military or a veteran you can get some big savings at Verizon. In our guide below, we break down the military discounts for Verizon Wireless as well as Verizon Fios to get you the best deal available.
Military Discounts For Verizon Wireless
Verizon Wireless has multiple deals available for both active duty and veterans. Their military discounts will help you save on their unlimited plans and regular data plans along with accessories like cases, headphones and more. You can find a quick rundown of the available discounts below.
- 15% Off Per Month For Wireless Plans (unlimited plans excluded)
- Up To $40 Off Per Month For 3+ Lines (For Unlimited Plans)
- 25% Off Select Accessories
Continue to their website to find more information on your savings and to activate this discount.
Military Discounts For Verizon Fios
Verizon offers a $120 per year discount on their Triple Play (cable, internet, and home phone) bundles and $60 per year on their Double Play (cable and internet) bundles. This discount works for both active military and veterans.
Who Qualifies For A Military Discount?
Both Verizon Wireless and Verizon Fios open their military discount program to active-duty and veterans.
How Do You Enroll For Military Discounts
Verizon gives you two options to verify your military or veteran status and sign up for those discounts.
The easiest way is to go to the form on their website and put in your information. You can do this on the website or the MyVerizon app on your mobile device. The other way to verify for a discount is to go to your local Verizon store. If you’re needing a discount for Verizon Fios then you will need to do this online.
Active duty military can enroll for the discount by providing a military-issued email, paystub, or SCRA status report. Veterans can verify for their discount using DD form 214, veteran ID card, military retiree account statement, or a VetRewards card from Veteran’s Advantage.
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