Verizon Offers 2GB of Free Data for Using Android Pay

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Verizon is offering 2GB of free wireless data to Android Play users. Earning an extra of 2 GB data is very easy and it should not take more than a few seconds. You just have to make three separate purchases using Android Pay. Verizon has started this exciting offer to attract more customers to take advantage of search giant’s payment platform Android Pay. Android Pay was launched in September 2015. Currently there are more than one and half million stores of the United States accept search giant’s digital payment method.
 



If you are a Verizon customer, just use the digital payment method once and you will receive 1GB of data. Use Android Pay another two times and you will receive 1GB more. You should also know that in order to be able to take advantage of search giant’s digital payment method you need Android 4.4 KitKat or higher alongside NFC support. Customers on a standard Verizon plan and customers on More Everything Plan can avail this offer.
 

The offer will be good for two billing cycles as according to Verizon, “Starting today, you can enjoy 2 GB of free Verizon data, good for two billing cycles, when using Android Pay,” The promo reads “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.”
 

The payment option is very similar to Apple Pay. We can summarize the above discussion by saying that you just have to use Android three times in order to get 2GB of free data. Here it is also important to mention that the cost of transaction does not matter. You just have to enter credit or debit card information into the card and then you are good to pay for purchases.

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