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Ting is offering a $5 Starbucks digital gift card for free when you type in your phone number and estimate how much a phone plan will be. Estimate is directly based off your own usage on your current carrier. For Verizon and AT&T customers only.

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    ramses Ben's cred: 22
    Posted 6:30 am PST 12/5/13

    Yea, right, enter your Verizon Username and password, and they'll send you a $5 gift card? Come one Ben.

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    Teabagger Ben's cred: 21
    Posted 6:40 am PST 12/5/13

    If I could grow a 3rd thumb I would give this 3 thumbs down. Why don't they just ask for my checking account # and last 4 digits of my SS# so they can just deposit directly into my checking account?

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    bboyflashy Ben's cred: 141
    Posted 6:50 am PST 12/5/13

    Maybe i should give them my SS# for them too.

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    zachary15 Ben's cred: 39
    Posted 6:53 am PST 12/5/13

    hahah good joke

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    Shmeagle Ben's cred: 668
    Posted 7:00 am PST 12/5/13

    Another reason to be a happy T-mobile customer

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    jujube Ben's cred: 31
    Posted 7:26 am PST 12/5/13

    How much is your personal info, specifically, your mobile account info worth? 5 bucks?

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    Knarly Ben's cred: 93
    Posted 7:29 am PST 12/5/13

    Ting is based in Taiwan...Republic of China...yeah, that's got "trust" written all over it.

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    Petejc Ben's cred: 104
    Posted 7:42 am PST 12/5/13

    If a guy at the NSA wanted the coffee he could use anyone's account info.

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    Shmeagle Ben's cred: 668
    Posted 8:07 am PST 12/5/13

    but but it says "Don't worry: We won't store any of your personal data."

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    usafa92 Ben's cred: 10
    Posted 8:14 am PST 12/5/13

    SomeTing smells rotTING in Denmark....

    But seriously, they're Truste certified. That's gotta count for something, right? Right?

    Thanks anyways, but I'll make my own coffee and keep my privacy.

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    Myself Ben's cred: 194
    Posted 9:40 am PST 12/5/13

    They're based in California. Ting is an offshoot of Tucows, if you remember them.

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    Teleman Ben's cred: 289
    Posted 9:44 am PST 12/5/13

    I am insulted Ben, sham on you for this post

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    Bens Bargains
    Posted 11:15 am PST 12/5/13

    Thanks for the feedback. While I don't think this particular offer is a scam, it's definitely intrusive and the post has been expired. But it's always good to change passwords as the hack of MacRumors proved last month.

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