Does anyone know of a rule that would give you discounts off services if you have your age plus years serviced that equals to 72? Someone told me that he saw whereby his age and years served with VZW equals 72, he would get a discount off any services he had with VZW. I do know about the 55 rule for pension but it was to get discounts off other services....
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The rule was changed - age plus years of service = 75 AND minimum 15 years of service.
Discount is 25%, not 50% as an active employee.
Looks as if they changed it from Rule of 76 to Rule of 72 to get rid of more aged workers but of course they have no comment to this:
I believe that if your age plus years of service equal at least 72 (Rule of 72) you can be considered "retired" from Verizon and keep your employee discount on your wireless services. At least that is the way it worked for me when I got laid off in 2015. Not sure if they did that for folks laid off after that.