First responders can save up to 20% off their monthly spectrum bill with a special discount. This applies both to residential and business customers alike; however, in order to take advantage of this offer you must present proof of eligibility such as a badge or certificate.
For first responders, the ideal plan should offer fast data speeds and excellent coverage area. AT&T currently offers three unlimited plans that are ideal for first responders, each offering its own advantages.
AT&T provides unlimited data as well as a reliable phone plan for first responders that comes with features like voicemail, caller ID and text message alerts. Their plans offer plenty of value to first responders in addition to unlimited data access.
AT&T is not the only provider to offer a first responder discount; Verizon also has an equivalent program.
Verizon typically provides download speeds of 32.2 Mbps and upload speeds of 10 Mbps, though you may experience throttling during peak usage periods.
It’s worth noting that in order to sign up for Spectrum mobile service, you must already be an existing home internet customer. For some potential clients, this could be a deal-breaker.
Another way to reduce your Spectrum bill is by cancelling all extra services such as cable TV and home phone service. Doing this can significantly lower the total amount due in the long run.
If you can’t reduce your Spectrum bill by cutting back or bundling services, try negotiating it down with their customer service team. They usually offer better rates than what you could get on your own; however, this may take a few days for them to work their magic.