The Annual Enrollment period for AT&T Midwest Active Employees runs from November 5-16, 2012. It will be followed by a correction period, which takes place November 17-30, 2012 at that time you can correct changes you made during the enrollment period.
The company will send three notifications to your company email. The first will be on October 25th to advise you Annual Enrollment is coming. On November 5th you should receive one telling you Annual Enrollment has started. Then on November 13th you will get your last email reminder informing you Annual Enrollment ends soon.
In addition to the company emails you will be sent two postcards. On October 24th a postcard will be mailed to your home address the company has on record and then on October 31st one will be mailed to your work location.
In 2013, there are no changes to AT&T Midwest Active Employees monthly contributions, deductibles, annual out-of-pocket maximums, or prescription drug copays. You will not receive an enrollment package in the mail. You can review your Health Plan Comparison Charts, which include your available options, online at resources.hewitt.com/att or you can call the AT&T Benefits Center at 877-722-0020 to request a mailed copy.
Enrollment can be completed online or by phone. AT&T updated their mobile benefits website to allow you to make enrollment changes from your mobile device. If you enroll online I encourage you to print a copy of your confirmation page for your records.
Retiree Benefit Enrollment
The Annual Enrollment Periods for Retirees are based on your retirement date. Depending on when you retired you may see changes. If you retired before January 1, 1993 your enrollment period ended. Your correction period runs from October 20th thru November 2, 2012.
If you retired on or after January 1, 1993 and before June 29, 2009 your enrollment period goes from October 22nd until November 2nd your correction period is November 3rd -16th. For employees who retired on or after June 29, 2012 your enrollment and correction periods will be the same as those for active employees.
It’s important for all enrollees to review your current coverage and available options. Don’t assume you will default to your current coverage if you make no changes. Your current plan may not be an available option. Taking time to review your options and confirm your elections can save a lot of time and headaches in the future.