60 Hours of WiFi for $1.65/month from Starbucks & AT&T Internet
Starbucks closed it’s doors the other month nationwide to tinker with it’s classic services and make sure you get a better java house experience every time you walk into their stores.
This month, they’re rolling out one of the details in making sure that happens.
Starbucks has ditched T-Mobile WiFi HotSpot services in exchange for AT&T Internet WiFi services. In fact, most Starbucks in the area have switched over to ATT WiFi already.
Before, you had to pay $20/month for WiFi at Starbucks. But with the “new and improved Starbucks”, this is no longer that case! Here’s the details. . .
You are probably trained to think that anything at Starbucks costs money and a lot of it. But the company has wised up and found that your loyalty really should translate to something.
And here’s the kicker — you can easily get 2 Free Hours of WiFi Internet Access PER DAY each and every day as long as you make just one purchase with your Starbucks Pre-Paid Card. That means for a lousy $1.65 you can get a Tall Pike’s Place and get 60 hours of wifi with it each month.
Now that’s a loyalty program worth signing up for. Just head over to the Starbucks site and register. The next time you’re in the store, just open up your laptop and log onto Starbucks.com to start your free 2 hours WiFi session!
And wait, there’s more! Through their new Starbucks Card program you get some real tangible benefits that can save you some real hard cash if you’re one of the millions of Starbucks addicts that visits daily.
Can you believe that Corporate America is actually doing something for the customer? Have you used the new AT&T WiFi hotspot yet?
Let us know your experience and leave a comment below.