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Starbucks mobile payment app for Android

Posted in Android by Conner Flynn on June 15th, 2011

Since they already have their own iOS app, Starbucks is now bringing mobile payments to Android users, as well. The Starbucks for Android app is free. Just add credit to your mobile Starbucks Card and scan the app’s barcode at the cash register.

It’s available on devices running Android 2.1 or later and the service will also locate all Starbucks shops in your area and offer even more incentives via Starbucks’ rewards program. Right now, there are about 6,800 stores that support mobile payments and the company is planning to add an additional 1,000 locations in July.

Starbucks app lets you pay by phone

Posted in News by Conner Flynn on January 19th, 2011

Do you like the idea of paying for things by using your phone? What about coffee? Well, Starbucks has announced that its mobile payment test has concluded and that the service is now available in all stores around the country.

This means that you can now pay for your coffee if you use the iPhone or a Blackberry, using the official Starbucks App. The app can be funded using either your credit card or PayPal. Once your jittery coffee fueled hands get money in your app account, all you need to do is place your order and then hold your device with the barcode on the screen under the scanner at the counter. Pretty convenient no?

Starbucks to Offer WiFi for Free July 1

Posted in Wi-Fi by Darrin Olson on June 14th, 2010

Starbucks Free WiFiThe coffee peddling behemoth Starbucks announced today that it will not be outdone by independent coffee houses nor other national chains and will begin offering unlimited free WiFi to it’s customers. Starbucks has had WiFi available for some time now, for a fee, and has most recently offered 2 free hours per day to cardholders but now is giving the service away to all.

This announcement no doubt will come as great news to frequenters of the coffee houses and bad news to anyone trying to sell WiFi within the vicinity. Please note however that the free service is only for Starbucks stores operated directly by the corporation, and not to licensed locations commonly found in airports or grocery stores.

Starbucks unveils iPhone apps

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on September 24th, 2009

Starbucks unveils iPhone appsPizza Hut has their own iPhone app, so why not Starbucks? The first application is called myStarbucks and is basically a store locater and beverage information tool. Users can use it to check the nutrition value of the coffee or food that Starbucks offers. Good luck with that.

The other app helps users pay off the remaining credit on their cards, allowing one to transfer money into it. Starbucks hopes that the iPhone applications will give users a faster way to order, thereby making more sales.

AT&T sends out SMS to confirm free iPhone WiFi at Starbucks

Posted in AT&T by Conner Flynn on October 29th, 2008

AT&T sends out SMS to confirm free iPhone WiFi at StarbucksSeveral people are getting SMS messages from AT&T reminding them of the long-awaited “free wireless at Starbucks” plan. It was first announced in February with a target launch spring 2008, the service has been quietly running on and off since April, including two hours of daily access at any Starbucks store or AT&T hotspot.

T-Mobile users with existing hotspot accounts are supposed to have ongoing access to the network in Starbucks stores. The service has been available on a spotty basis, but this is an official “yes it’s working” announcement that has been a while in coming. Hopefully we can put an end to this chapter and the service stays on at long last.

Starbucks offering iTunes Pick of the Week free downloads

Posted in iTunes by Nino Marchetti on April 15th, 2008


Starbucks and Apple’s iTunes continue to expand the relationship which shows synergy between latte drinking customers and the iPods they love. The latest incarnation is the announcement of a weekly free music download which will be made available to Starbucks in-store customers.

This new promotion, dubbed Pick of the Week, debuted today with a song from the band Counting Crows. Customers who are in-store on a Tuesday will be offered for free a card with the latest song information as well as a code to download that tune from  iTunes. A music video looks to also be available, though its not clear if that will be a weekly choice as well. Whatever the download, customers will have 60 days from the week the card is distributed to cash in their code for the download.

Starbucks brings in AT&T to expand wireless

Posted in Wi-Fi by Nino Marchetti on February 11th, 2008

starbucks-wifi.jpgAT&T notched a huge feather in its Wi-Fi cap today as it announced a partnership to add its wireless network as an access option at Starbucks locations. This in effect brings over 7,000 new locations into the AT&T network.

Under the terms of the partnership AT&T and Starbucks will offer two hours of free wireless Internet access per day for Starbucks Card holders. This offering, which will kick in beginning this spring, will also be offered to over 12 million AT&T Internet customers in the more broad form of unlimited access. A similar offering will also soon be made to AT&T Wireless customers.

Starbucks giving away 50 million iTunes songs

Posted in Apple,iTunes,News by Chris Weber on September 24th, 2007

Starbucks teams up with Apple iTunes to give away 50 million to promote Now PlayingStarbucks along with Apple iTunes has announced that they will be giving away 50 million iTunes songs at Starbucks locations to help promote the mobile iTunes store and Starbucks’ Now Playing service. On October 2 the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store will launch with a service provided in Starbucks locations which will display the current song playing through the Apple iPhone in the stores and allow users to buy and download the song without paying any hotspot fees.

In the additional promotion announced today which will run from October 2 through November 7, Starbucks locations will be giving away “Song of the Day” cards that can be redeemed that the iTunes store for a free song download (selected by Starbucks). The coffee company is planning on giving away 1.5 million downloads per day to total more than 50 million songs, so the odds of you getting one when stopping through a Starbucks next month are not too shabby.