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3 Reasons to Buy Your iPhone From AT&T

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The new iPhone 5 is available from AT&T, Verizon Wireless and Sprint. Here are three reasons why you should buy your iPhone - or any wireless device - from AT&T:

  1. 15% union member AT&T discount. Union members save 15% off the regular monthly rate on select wireless plans with the Union Plus AT&T discount. Visit this special AT&T site for your Union Plus discount.  Or download this AT&T coupon and take it to an AT&T authorized dealer in your area.
     
  2. AT&T is the only unionized wireless carrier. By using AT&T you'll support some 45,000 members of the Communications Workers of America (CWA) work as AT&T technicians, customer service representatives and retail store personnel. Verizon Wireless and Sprint are non-union.
     
  3. $100 smartphone rebate for Union Plus Credit Card holders. Use a Union Plus Credit Card to buy the new iPhone 5, or any new smartphone, and a qualifying data plan and be eligible for a $100 rebate. Learn more and apply for your rebate here.

The iPhone 5 is larger (with a 4-inch screen), thinner and lighter than the iPhone 4S, and it will run on the faster 4G LTE network. It also features a new camera with built-in panorama mode, improved battery life, and a faster processor. The iPhone 5 will cost $199 for the 16GB model, $299 for the 32GB, and $399 for the 64GB -- with a new two-year contract.

For union members, AT&T is the clear choice for wireless service and the new iPhone 5.

 

 

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