AT&T's Data Perks grants you free data for completing surveys and shopping

AT&T's Data Perks grants you free data for completing surveys and shopping
A few months ago, we told you that AT&T is gearing up to offer its subscribers a way of getting free data on their Android smartphones, and it looks like those rumors were accurate.

Earlier today, AT&T officially announced Data Perks, an initiative that allows its subscribers to get their hands on free data in exchange for completing surveys and shopping from select partners.

If you're a postpaid AT&T subscriber and your phone runs on Android 4.0 or newer, then you can head on over to the source link below and download Data Perks. Using the app, you can win small data buckets when you complete tasks such as taking surveys or purchasing goods. For example, if you spend more than $50 on shoes from a Data Perks partner, the carrier will offer 124MB of data.

Customers can rake up to 1GB of data during a single billing period, and all data must be transferred to your AT&T account using the Data Perks app before it becomes available. Although Data Perks it's an applaudable initiative, the success of the app will all depend on how good the prizes actually are and on how many MB can be won without actually spending money via the app. 

Sponsored data programs turned out to be successful in Europe and China. Do you guys think that Data Perks will gain any traction among AT&T subscribers?

source: Data Perks



1. Bernoulli

Posts: 4361; Member since: Sep 01, 2012

I wonder if cricket users will be able to take advantage of this. If anything I can see a lot of att users benefiting from this, since well they're capped.

2. AlikMalix unregistered

Wow, I can ram rally top off my unlimited data now. (Just trolling).

5. Bernoulli

Posts: 4361; Member since: Sep 01, 2012

Lol where available (unless you have a legacy Verizon plan).

3. Planterz

Posts: 2120; Member since: Apr 30, 2012

Anybody who is looking to save money or get more data has already abandoned AT&T postpaid for Cricket, Sprint, T-Mobile, or MetroPCS.

4. thowersome

Posts: 34; Member since: Jan 08, 2015

Yes sir to that besides ~$50 for 124MB of dat? That's 1 HD video from YouTube, 3 minutes of Netflix, 2 minutes on Facebook or 3 minutes idle due to background processes.

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