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Cell Phone Services

AT&T

New Mexico Tech has entered into an agreement that provides significant discounts for staff, faculty and students.  These discounts may be applied to existing service as well as new service agreements, although there may be some fees associated adding the discount to your account.

Please read all the documentation carefully as there may be initial fees applied to your account at the time of changing your service to apply the monthly discount.

  • Students
    Students that sign up for their service with the New Mexico Tech discount code will receive a 7% discount on their AT&T service.

    Students may sign-up or attach the discount to their existing service via a website setup created by AT&T specifically for NMT Students to use.  To sign up for this discount use http://www.att.com/wireless/nmtstudent.  

    For more information on this, please see the student flyer.
     
  • Staff/Faculty
    Faculty or staff that sign up for their service with the New Mexico Tech discount code will receive a 15% discount on their AT&T service.

    Staff or faculty may sign-up or attach the discount to their existing service via a website setup created by AT&T specifically for NMT faculty/staff to use.  To sign up for this discount use http://www.att.com/wireless/nmtbenefit.  

    For more information on this, please see the staff flyer.
     
  • NMT Department Phone Service
    For New Mexico Tech Departments the State of New Mexico and ATT have entered into a pricing agreement that your department may be able to take advantage of.  The discounts can be as high as 20%. 

If you have any questions regarding these discounts please refer to the websites in question for AT&T contact information.  If you still have questions, contact Daniel Lunceford at Information Technology and Communications (ITC) and he will attempt to answer your questions.

 

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