SpeedTalk Mobile Incentivizing Reviews

I recently purchased a cheap service plan I wanted to trial from SpeedTalk Mobile. During the checkout process, I was shown the following:

This clearly violates Google’s guidelines.[1]

Reviews are only valuable when they are honest and unbiased. (For example, business owners shouldn’t offer incentives to customers in exchange for reviews.)

I also noticed SpeedTalk keyword stuffing in its website’s footer—another questionable strategy:[2]


I was pretty excited about SpeedTalk. Not anymore.

Alternatives to SpeedTalk

If you’re looking for an alternative low-cost carrier, take a look at my review of Mint Mobile or my larger list of recommended budget friendly carriers.

Footnotes

  1. Excerpt from 6/13/2019 (archived here).
  2. From SpeedTalk’s website on 6/13/2019 (archived here)

2 thoughts to “SpeedTalk Mobile Incentivizing Reviews”

  1. Clearly there wouldn’t be a reason to leave a good review if they were giving a month of terrible service , nobody would be coming on the site to give a good review if the product they were giving wasn’t any good , I herd about speedtalk on a youtube clip, about how they helped this guys elderly mother get a phone plane that she could afford and being she doesn’t need a big data pack on her plan just a few calls to family during the month they just about custom fit her plan an the price was ridiculously low . she said the service was just as good as the one shes was paying triple for , so ib said i gotta try this network out and here i am , getting the extra time for free was just an unexpected surprise a real delight , tomorrow morning im telling the whole family about these guys .good night google lol…

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