2degrees Data Hunt App
2degrees have dropped 200 million megabytes of free data all over New Zealand, all you have to do is find it between 14/11/16 and 6/2/17 and it’s yours!
Using the interactive map as your guide, find 2degrees Data Spots throughout the country. When you’re in a Data Spot you’ll be able to collect data by spinning the Data Pin to find out how much free mobile data you’ve scored! All the data you collect will be loaded to your 2degrees mobile account. You could win up to 10,000MB – how much free data can you hunt down?
Not a 2degrees mobile customer? Don’t worry you can still join the hunt, just sign up to 2degrees mobile before the 31/1/17 and any data you’ve found will be added to your account.
Please note that only 2degrees Prepay, Pay Monthly, Business Select and Business Freedom Plan customers are eligible to redeem the prize data.
INTERACTIVE MAP AND DATA SPOTS
The Data Hunt interactive map will guide you through the gaming experience. Make sure you have location services turned “on” then you can use the interactive map to locate the many Data Spots throughout New Zealand. When you’re in a Data Spot you’ll be able switch to live view mode, this will allow you to spin and collect Data Pins.
Every Data Spot has its own Data Pin, loaded with a range of free data values. When logged in you’ll be able to keep track of your Data Hunt progress, with live updates telling you how many Data Pins you’ve collected and their value. You can only collect data from a Data Pin once, but don’t panic, there are over 1,500 Data Pins to find and there’s up to 10,000MB to be won per 2degrees customer.
If you are a 2degrees customer, keep a look out for elusive Golden Pins. Golden Pins will pop up for a limited time every once in a while, track them down and give them a spin to score massive data amounts. It pays to get to these fast, because they don’t stick around for long.
SNAP AND SHARE
Whenever you collect free data you’ll be able to show it off by snapping and sharing a pic with the Data Pin. We’ll be keeping an eye out and getting in touch with the people who post our favourites, so make sure we can see your post by tagging your photo with #2degreesdatahunt.
Continued use of GPS running in the background can dramatically decrease battery life.