LevelUp paves it’s way to 4 new cities
LevelUp, is supposedly “the better way to pay” and while that may be true, not many people have had the chance to use it. Well, they just doubled your chances by opening up in four new cities. Starting off six months ago in only two cities, Boston and Philly, LevelUp is now available in 8 cities across the country.
LevelUp is now available in Atlanta, Seattle, Chicago and San Diego.
And, as a sweet bonus, users in those four cities can sign up with a special promo code and get $10 to spend at any business on LevelUp:
One of the larger aspects of LevelUp is being able to pay for things using your Android phone. The application is free in the Android Market and works using a QR code. Once you create an account and link your credit card information, you are presented a QR code to use at participating locations. Simply scan your QR code to pay for things, with instant receipt tracking and more. You can get the application below
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