Friday, January 9, 2009

T-Mobile G1 with Google Survey

If you are a T-Mobile G1 owner, I hope you have received this email. It is a survey about the G1 (BTW, you can't take it using the G1, you must use IE browser). You can make some money and perhaps make a difference in what happens with the G1. First part of the survey takes way less than 10 minutes. But the follow-on survey takes about 40 minutes. The interesting thing about the follow-on survey is that it appears to be interactive. You get to see what others are responding to the survey in real-time. Now, this could be easily faked, but I don't think that is T-Mobile's style.

Good questions and you have the ability for some free-form answers. Mainly focused on battery life and what you want next.

Maritz Research is conducting this survey on behalf of T-Mobile. So, if you aren't comfortable with that company, skip this one.

Excerpt from the email:

T-Mobile would like to hear from you regarding your experience with your new T-Mobile G1 with Google phone.

* Your feedback will help T-Mobile to optimize your experience with your T-Mobile G1 phone by improving available resources and services that you may use.
* This is a brief survey that will take approximately 10 minutes to complete.
* Your responses will be used for research purposes only.
* Depending on your answers to this short survey, you may be selected to participate in a 45-minute interactive online discussion (similar to a focus group). If selected, you may participate in the interactive session anytime through January 12th, 2009. Participants who complete the 45-minute session will be awarded $20.

This 10-minute survey to see if you qualify for the interactive session is open between now and midnight (Pacific Time) on Monday, January 12th, 2009.

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