AT&T LTE Fee

PCtoMAC1

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Mar 16, 2012
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I’m trying to lower our monthly AT&T bill and keep our watches active. I tried calling and taking to customer retention the other day and inquired about a monthly bill credit for the two Apple Watches we have on our account. Of course the guy said he had never heard of such a thing before.

How have the folks on this forum been able to get free wearable monthly credit with AT&T? They didn’t want to budge and we’ve been with them for 8 years.
 

artfossil

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Oct 5, 2015
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ATT will waive the activation fee and give you a $30 bill credit for a new Watch. After that, I haven't heard of any successful bill reductions. Would be interested if anyone has?
 

eldervovichka

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Jul 6, 2008
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Queen Creek, AZ
My Apple Watch 3 has had a monthly $10 credit since it came out. It used not data. When I called to turn it off. They said they would credit it back. I didn’t ask.
 

PCtoMAC1

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Mar 16, 2012
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My Apple Watch 3 has had a monthly $10 credit since it came out. It used not data. When I called to turn it off. They said they would credit it back. I didn’t ask.
This. I don’t get this at all. Say more, please.
 

eldervovichka

macrumors regular
Jul 6, 2008
240
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Queen Creek, AZ
This. I don’t get this at all. Say more, please.
I was using no data with my watch. So I called to cancel it. They said since I was such a good customer they would credit me back $10.00 a month as long as they line stayed active. So ever since then I just pay taxes of like $3 for the watch each month.
 

aloecool

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Mar 30, 2011
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I was using no data with my watch. So I called to cancel it. They said since I was such a good customer they would credit me back $10.00 a month as long as they line stayed active. So ever since then I just pay taxes of like $3 for the watch each month.
How long did you have it before you called to cancel?
 
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