FTC offers across-the-board discounts on its service to those in the military and their families in our South Carolina service areas. Active-duty members of the military can receive a 10% discount on Internet, Voice, Security, and TV plus a 25% discount on Wireless. The offer also extends to those who have retired from the military.
“We value our military personnel, their families and their service,” said Chip Chase, director of public relations for FTC. “Offering members of the military discounts on our services is one way we can show how much we, at FTC, care about our customers, our communities and our military and their sacrifice.”
To claim these savings, qualified individuals need to bring verification of military status to any FTC store.
Accepted forms of verification for active and retired military members include:
- Military ID
- Retirement Certificate
Do Military Personnel Get Free Internet Service?
While internet service is not free for retired and active-duty military members, they can receive a 10% discount on internet service, including blazing-fast gigabit internet. Active-duty military and retirees can also save 10% on Voice over IP service, Security, TV, and enjoy a 25% discount on Wireless.
Do Veterans Get Discounts on Internet Service?
All active-duty and retired military personnel qualify for a 10% discount on Internet, Voice, Security, and Digital TV, plus 25% off Wireless services from FTC. Veterans qualify for a 25% discount on Wireless.