Military Discounts on Internet Service

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Military Discounts on Internet Service
Many internet service providers offer discounts for active-duty military and veterans. Read on to learn about the best deal for your internet needs.

The internet is one of those utilities that was once considered a luxury but now is all-but-required for modern life success. For anyone working from home or going to school from home, having a reliable internet service provider at a reasonable price is essential. Equally important are fast download speeds and the ability for multiple people to be online at once. This guide breaks down military discounts on internet service available to military families and veterans. 

All of the companies we’re covering in this round-up have specific eligibility requirements, so it’s best to check with the company directly to ensure you have the necessary documentation on hand. 

To verify your military status, some internet service providers may require you to create an account with military verification websites like:

Others might require you to verify eligibility online with military pay stubs or a copy of your military ID.


AT&T also offers discounts for bundling multiple services, including wireless, internet, and TV.

Additionally, AT&T’s Signature Program provides special rates for qualified sponsoring groups, such as:

  • Military
  • Government Employees
  • College & University Students
  • Employees of participant companies

Active-duty military members simply need a .mil e-mail address to sign up for the program. Military veterans will need to verify eligibility through documentation.

Online: Provide any one of the following forms of ID to sign up

AT&T stores: Provide any one of the following forms of ID to sign up

  • Veteran’s Designated Driver’s License
  • Valid Retired Military ID
  • Current AMVETS Membership Card
  • Veteran Health Insurance Card (VHIC)
  • Department of Defense Form DD214 (indicating an honorable discharge)
  • Department of Defense Sponsorship Card (for spouses of deceased veterans)

Visit AT&T’s website for its latest offerings. 

Comcast / Xfinity

When it comes to high-speed internet, digital cable, and more, Xfinity’s deals depend on your location and are always changing.

Xfinity doesn’t currently offer a monthly discount for members of the military. However, for a limited time, Comcast/Xfinity is providing a special promotion for active-duty servicemembers and veterans.

Through March 31st, 2021, Xfinity is offering current and new customers with a $25 coupon that can be used for Xfinity On Demand rentals and purchases or as a credit toward your monthly bill.


Like other large, national companies, Verizon offers a generous bundle package to help make internet service, mobile service, home phone, streaming, cable and more, more affordable. The company currently offers three different bundling options that can save you upwards of $100 each month. 

If you’re looking specifically for internet service, Verizon/FiOS offers military members home internet starting at $34.99/month + taxes and equipment charges.  

You’ll need to confirm eligibility to take advantage of these discounted internet service rates.

Regional Internet Service Providers

Do you prefer internet service through a smaller, regional provider?

No problem. Sometimes regional companies will also offer military discounts for internet service. Or you might be able to entice them to match these offers from their national competitors.

Simply call your internet service provider about any available military discounts or deals.

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Jessica Evans is a Cincinnati native who gets the chance to reinvent home every few years. Most recently, she lived in a Bavarian forest. Now, she's on the way to establishing roots in Washington DC. Evans has an MFA from Spalding and has over a decade of professional writing experience. She mainly writes within the military and wellness communities. Evans is also a mentor for Veteran's Writing Project, a nonprofit organization that connects veterans with writers eager to tell their stories. Evans is a previous Pushcart nominee, a fiction reader for literary magazines, and hosts a monthly writing group. When she's not writing, she's training for competition. Connect with her on twitter @jesssica__evans.

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