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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by CatsTide, Sep 18, 2012.
I'm with Verizon and I own a small business...just wondering
Contact their business department. (Not trying to be a smart ass, just figuring that's your best course of action)
It's usually for companies or government organizations that have a large deployment of phones. In turn for the companies business they offer the employees of that company a discount.
I don't think a small business can get to the volume level needed for any substantial discount.
This is designed for companies who have partnered with Verizon to allow its employees to have discounts on Verizon services and products.
naa...you're not a smart ass I just try to avoid calling them at all cost. Thought someone might be able to give me the basic qualifications. Might not even be worth my time.
Try visiting this link to see if you can get a corporate discount with Verizon.
That's if the company already has it set up. He wants to know how to set it up for him and his employees.
Good point, I missed that. At any rate, that link will still be helpful for those who wish to see if they're eligible for an employee discount with Verizon.
Agreed. I get 21% off with AT&T from my company. Verizon only gets 14.
Sprint seems to be the best when it comes to discounts as well. Credit Union discount, student discount, military discount, and many many corporate discounts. 23% for credit union members. I think I am going to go open a credit union account just to get a Sprint discount.
21%?!?? That is more than the military discount. We get 15%
I get 20% through my employer, a city govt which apparently piggybacks off the state contract.
I'm with a small company. We have 8 or so devices on a business contract with Verizon. Employees can get a 12% discount on their personal plans. Its supposed to be 12 now. We just upped it from 8%
With att, We get 20% off plans, 45% off acessories if ordered online. My company has about 60m employees.