This is new to me. Yesterday I received a note through my contact form here on SuperAff that I’ve been accepted to the Sprint Ambassador Program.
The Sprint Ambassador Team recently visited Superaff.com and wants to invite you to participate in our Ambassador Program.
The Sprint Ambassador Program is all about exploring our latest products and services and allows you to give direct feedback to Sprint. We recently launched the Sprint Power Vision (SM) Network and want to provide you with the full experience, at no charge. Sprint Power Vision Network enables customers to
download data at faster speeds and experience new data products.
So whatâ€™s the deal?
As a qualified participant, we will send you one Sprint Power Vision phone and provide you with six months of all-access service (at no charge). Youâ€™ll have access to the Sprint Music Store(SM) live TV broadcasts, gaming and more. Yes, you will also have unlimited free calling and data service. Itâ€™s a pretty
good deal and all we ask for in return is your candid feedback (you decide how much and how often).
Register at: http://(edit).sprint.com/
You will need your unique registration code: (edit)
If you have questions regarding the registration process or the program, please email us at (edit)@sprint.com
We look forward to receiving your registration!
The Sprint Ambassador Team
Thinking this was some weird form of spam, being the jaded online bubb that I am, I did a bit of searching. Seems it’s legit and has been circling the blogosphere lately:
Unfortunately, I’m in Canada. From their terms:
Terms and Conditions for Sprint Ambassador Program
1. Sprint Ambassador Program (“Program”) is an exclusive benefit program available to selected individuals in select cites across the United States who have access to the Power Vision Network.
Now that’s disappointing.
I checked to see if I could give away my access code to someone in the U.S., and from their FAQ page:
This code can not be used by another person or gifted to anyone else. It is only active for the person who received it.
That sucks too.
But it’s a phenom buzz tactic and kudos to Sprint for being so smart (heck I don’t even get to act on the invite or take part in the program and I’m still talking about it :lol:).
I always wondered why marketers who were releasing ebooks and new products or companies with various items for sale and services weren’t harrassing bloggers with freebies in exchange for reviews. Are you kidding me? Tonnes of chatter. Tonnes.
Sidenote to Sprint: Feel free to send me the phone – I’ll hook it up here in Canada with my mobility service and TALK TALK TALK about it ;).