My HSA Rewards Announces the Launch of My HSA Rewards Wireless

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) July 27, 2009 -- My HSA Rewards, announced today a new addition to the portfolio of earnings partners on www.myHSArewards.com. Members of My HSA Rewards will now be able to earn $50 in cash rewards when they activate a new wireless rate plan with any of the nation's major wireless carriers through the My HSA Rewards website. The program, My HSA Rewards Wireless, will also offer $50 on wireless contract renewals, plus 10% on wireless accessories purchased through the program. All wireless plans from all of the nation's largest wireless providers are available through My HSA Rewards Wireless. My HSA Rewards Wireless is a secure online store that helps customers find the calling plans and wireless devices that best meet their particular needs, including a full suite of popular wireless phones, PDAs, smartphones and wireless air cards...all at very competitive prices.

Key benefits:

 

  • $50 in cash rewards from My HSA Rewards with the purchase and activation of a new plan from every major wireless provider
  • $50 in cash rewards from My HSA Rewards with the extension of wireless plans from every major wireless provider
  • 10% in cash rewards from My HSA Rewards with the purchase of wireless accessories through My HSA Rewards Wireless
  • Easy navigation to My HSA Rewards Wireless from the "Shop & Earn" tab on the My HSA Rewards home page
  • Rewards are automatically tracked when member enters their My HSA Rewards member number at checkout from My HSA Rewards Wireless
  • Rewards are earned approximately 8 weeks from wireless plan activation unless the wireless plan is de-activated.

My HSA Rewards has teamed up with mForce Communications, Inc., a leader in wireless rewards programs to make this program available to My HSA Rewards members.

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