Benefits for Businesses, Consumers, and Operators.
Aquto has partnered with members of the telecommunications ecosystem to create a disruptive value exchange model that helps consumers offset the cost of mobile internet through brand engagement.
Businesses take advantage of a frictionless way to improve the effectiveness of mobile campaigns with higher ROI.
Consumers are provided the opportunity to get more mobile internet for their phones and tablets without paying.
Operators get new sources of revenue and an increase in loyalty from existing customers.
Operators we support include:
Aquto’s use of AT&T’s controversial new subsidized internet program is definitely benign: it’s compensating mobile users for data consumed while viewing ads. But is its use case typical or the exception?
LAS VEGAS–AT&T today announced Sponsored Data, a way for companies to pre-pay for the data AT&T customers use to access their services, putting those services outside subscribers' data caps.
Serial entrepreneur Susie Kim Riley on Tuesday introduced her third startup–a company called Aquto Corp. that has found a way to help mobile users subsidize the cost of their data bills.
If we haven’t already become it, we’re turning into a nation of rationers when it comes to mobile data. As long as mobile apps keep getting more data hungry and mobile data prices remain high, we’re going to have to count our megabytes, ensuring we have enough bits left in our plans to watch that next YouTube video or upload that latest batch of photos to social media.