AT&T


AT&T offers a 20 percent monthly service discount on qualified voice and data plans to Purdue University students and employees on the West Lafayette, Northwest and Fort Wayne campuses. Purdue students and employees also have access to the best discounts available on the portfolio of AT&T devices. Purdue students and employees can register for the discount on qualified voice plans for standard cell phones, and qualified voice AND data plans for iPhones and other connected devices.

Click here to start saving with AT&T.Additionally, Purdue students and employees receiving this discount are able to use AT&T's Business End User Care Support Hotline, reachable at 800-331-0500.

Purdue students and employees with existing AT&T accounts are eligible for the Purdue discounts. To determine eligibility and sign up for the discount, visit the AT&T enrollment page and follow the instructions to attach the discount to your existing account. For Mobile Share Advantage plan (Family Talk) users to add the discount, the Purdue student or employee must be the primary user on the account.

Purdue staff and students may also receive the discounts by visiting local or authorized AT&T stores and providing retail staff with a valid Purdue (purdue.edu) email address, student or employee ID or paycheck stub and the appropriate Foundation Account Number (FAN) listed below:

  • Purdue University Students FAN: 2523574 
  • Purdue University Employees FAN: 2016767
  • Find an AT&T Store

Need to schedule an appointment to save some time?  Click here.

For questions regarding the discount program please contact Jason Isaac.

Note that participation in the ITaP Shopping program is at the discretion of the student, faculty or staff member, and the purchase contract is between the purchaser and the vendor. Purdue University is not a party to sale; negotiations to resolve any disputes with the vendor will be the responsibility of the purchaser.

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