04.14.2016Personal Tech

Enjoy 2 GB of free wireless data after using Android Pay

By: Trevor Thomas
Enjoy 2 GB of free wireless data after using Android Pay

We already love our devices for everything from communicating and entertainment, now they're even more useful with mobile payments. Starting today, you can enjoy 2 GB of free Verizon data, good for two billing cycles, when using Android Pay. Simply open the app to get started. Tap anywhere in stores Android Pay is accepted and receive 1 GB of free data. On your third tap, we’ll throw in another free gig.

You can use Android Pay at over 1.5 million locations (and counting…) across the US, everywhere tap and pay payments are accepted, including the places you shop and eat every day: Macy’s, Peet’s Coffee, Subway, Trader Joe’s, Walgreens, Whole Foods, and more.

Android Pay provides a seamless, secure payment experience across a wide range of Android phones (KitKat 4.4 and higher). Simply unlock your phone, place it near a contactless terminal and you’re good to go. It’s that fast, that easy.

According to the Federal Reserve report, “Consumers and Mobile Financial Services 2015,” 39% of all mobile payment users have made a point-of-sale payment using their mobile device. 

Eligible subscribers can also combine this offer with current deals, such as receiving 2 GB of shareable monthly bonus data when you upgrade or activate a new phone on device payment on the Verizon Plan XL or larger.

Promotion is offered only to Verizon postpaid consumer subscribers with The Verizon Plan or The MORE Everything Plan within the 50 United States and DC. Offer ends on 6/14/16 and rewards must be redeemed by 7/13/16. Rewards available while supplies last; quantities are limited. Limitations, restrictions, eligibility requirements and text messaging rates apply. See full terms and conditions and Verizon FAQs for more info.

Trevor Thomas is Verizon’s national corporate communications manager for wireless pricing, plans and promotions, where he writes about his own personal experiences with wireless technology.