Posts Tagged ‘rewards’
Uncharted 3 Beta Ends This Week, Campaign Co-Op Is The Final Meal.
Last Updated on Monday, 11 July 2011 02:36 Written by LoganDX Monday, 11 July 2011 11:00
July 14th is the last day to run through Uncharted 3′s massive multiplayer beta. Naughty Dog has been adding and testing things for the last couple weeks and are ready to end to beta with a bang. For its last week, the million plus testers will get a new map, Yemen, and a chance to delve into the co-op campaign. Also, it is the last week to rack up the rewards for the full retail release, unlocked by completing various tasks inside the beta. This sweet loot will be available day one, including some hefty cash.
The formerly exclusive beta is available for any and all to download in the PlayStation Store now. You geeks played any of it? What do you think? What about the beta rewards? Yay or nay? Sound off in the comments!
Android Market App Review: RateCred
Last Updated on Wednesday, 1 December 2010 12:17 Written by PieceOfSith Wednesday, 1 December 2010 12:00
Anyone using any Geo tracking apps out there? Well back in the day, like a few months ago, there were only 1 or so apps out there that would be used for this feature. Now with GetGlu, Facebook, FourSquare, Waze, Yelp and other apps you have the ability to rate places where you currently are and encourage others to try out a different restaurant or specific store. Well, lets add another to the mix with RateCred by Sightly, Inc. Read more: Android Market App Review: RateCred
U.S. Cellular offering Loyalty Rewards
Last Updated on Wednesday, 3 November 2010 12:12 Written by The Geek Thursday, 30 September 2010 11:30
Not a lot is ever posted about U.S. Cellular but this new program that they are launching has peaked our interest. U.S. Cellular has announced that they will offer a new plan with monthly discounts and other perks to long-term customers as part of its new Belief Project service. Eligible customers who sign up for automatic payments and electronic billing can receive a 3% monthly discount, or a 5% monthly discount if they pay with a checking or savings account. Belief Project customers will not be charged overage fees in excess of $50, or $150 for family plan members, and U.S. Cellular will send warnings via text message to alert customers who are getting close to the threshold. Belief Customers will be able to upgrade their phones every 10-11 months, instead of the normal 18 months, depending on the rate plan they are on. When upgrading, all eligible customers do not have to extend their contracts and can redeem points for more discounts on phones.
This sounds like a great idea for poeple that are long term customers. I wish all carriers (or any business) would offer these kinds of discounts if you have been a customer for extended periods of time. What are your thoughts on it all? Do we have any U.S. Cellular readers out there? Has anyone used this awesome feature yet?
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