AT&T or Verizon Cash Incentive


Having a more connected global economy means that every company is under constant pressure to innovate and evolve, but for technology companies, the pressure is even more pronounced. At AT&T and Verizon, two of the nation's largest wireless providers, they're always striving to be the biggest and best with the most numerous, satisfied customers.

Since Bell Atlantic and GTE merged in 2000, Verizon Communications Inc has become one of the largest communication technology companies in the world, as well as America's largest wireless company. Often regarded to be America's most reliable network, Verizon scores high with customers in the categories of reliability, speed, data performance, and call performance. Their 4G LTE network is well equipped for video chat, multi-tasking and extreme downloading for business or pleasure. In addition to constantly improving their technology, they strive to create more value for customers with enticing communications packages and Verizon Smart Rewards. Members may earn points for every dollar they spend on Verizon services and trade them away for free gift cards, gifts, and big discounts. Members also receive exclusive savings on local dining, shopping, and entertainment, up to 40% off consumer products, and travel worldwide including hotels, cruises, and car rentals.

AT&T also aims to connect customers where they live and work better than any other network can. Their history reaches back to the invention of the telephone, with Alexander Graham Bell founding AT&T in 1877. They offer America's strongest LTE signal and, as part of their goal to provide sophisticated solutions for multi-national businesses and become a global leader, they have recently acquired two Mexican wireless companies. A current leader in video content, they are the world's largest pay TV provider through their DIRECTV and AT&T U-verse TV services.

The National Survey Panel wants to know whose service you prefer. Participate through the link below to receive $1,000 cash.

This offer is only valid for residents of:

  • United States


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