I'm curious about how the public points would differ from my current rewards for autopay and loyalty. I know the opt in gives you 5 points, im guessing that's a 1 time thing on opt in. But it mentions it gives you 1 point for every month you've been with them, does that just mean after the initial points I'll earn for my 2+ years with public mobile (around 25 points) is a one time points payout, then after I only get 1 point per month? Or is it every month I'll have my 25 points. It it worth it to switch? I'm just curious as to whats the better system for saving on the bill monthly. Thanks in advance!
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JUST DONT DO IT!
The only good reason to switch to the points program would be that you know you will be leaving pm permanently and you cannot pass your $$ rewards account onto someone else who could use it. Then it would make sense to switch just before leaving to "cash out" your accumulated "loyalty" points by using them for $15 bill credits. But you could likely make an arrangement with someone wanting to take over a $$ rewards account for an equivalent amount and have the satisfaction of making someone else happy that they have acquired a $$ rewards account.
I have several deserving people that I actively search for $$ rewards accounts for so that they can lower their mobile phone bill on their fixed incomes.
Don't change, you will earn much more staying with the legacy rewards system than migrating to the new one, mainly from the loyalty rewards
Here is the comparison
On the other hand, the goodies for new system,
- 5% Points back for add-on purchases as well
- add-ons are around 33% cheaper when you redeem with Public Points
- you can use 1 point for lucky draw, so, technically you bet $1 and can win an iPhone