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AT&T offering teachers, nurses, physicians discounts on unlimited wireless plans

The company is also donating $1 million to teacher-focused non-profit organizations
Posted at 4:53 PM, Jul 06, 2020

AT&T is giving back to teachers, nurses, and physicians "that give their best to our communities every day" by offering them discounts on unlimited wireless plans.

Starting July 10, they could begin receiving a 25% discount savings on Unlimited Starter, Extra and Elite wireless plans, the company said in a press release.

“Teachers, nurses, and physicians are an essential part of our communities and we believe it’s crucial to recognize the great importance of these individuals during these challenging times,” said David Christopher, executive vice president, and general manager – AT&T Mobility in the press release. “We’re happy to support those who give back so much by offering them and their families significant savings on these unlimited wireless plans.”

New Savings for Those that Give their Best

  • Teachers: New and existing customers that are Kindergarten through post-secondary teachers, professors, instructors, and their families can take advantage of this appreciation offer.
  • Nurses and Physicians: New and existing customers that are nurses, physicians, physician assistants, and their families can benefit from this appreciation offer.

AT&T also stated that they would also donate $1 million to teacher-focused organizations as a way to support education initiatives across the country.

The wireless company said that Teach for America, Breakthrough Collaborative, ISTE's Summer League Academy, and Alliance for Excellent Education would receive the contribution.

To sign-up for the offer, you can click here.