Bing rewards coming soon for Windows Phone users in United StatesWritten by Moin Anjum on May 06, 2014 - 08:12AM @MoinWinBeta
Everyone know what Bing is. Bing is a search engine created and rolled out by Microsoft in 2009. One of the key features of Bing is the Bing Rewards Program. It lets you search and earn points on the go. You can use those points and redeem them for different rewards. Each credit is worth $0.01 USD and you can earn up to 15 credits per day. You can use your points to redeem gift cards, subscriptions, sweepstakes, etc.
As you gain more credits, your Bing Rewards account upgrades from Bronze to Silver to Gold, which gives you certain features and discounts on rewards. It has been around for some time now but many people aren't aware that it exists. This feature is for people residing in United States only, for now.
"Now you can search and earn on the go. And when you use Bing to search on your phone, you can earn even more credits. Now available on iOS and Android devices and coming soon to Windows Phone devices," the Bing Rewards page stated.
If you're in the United States, you can sign up for Bing's Reward Program (if you haven't) and start using it on your Windows Phone to earn points. Currently, only people with Windows Phone 8.1 can access it. It was rolled out to iOS and Android before coming to Windows Phone. Everyone uses a search engine, whether it's Google or Bing, but with these reward programs, people will be switching. Who doesn't want to earn a few bucks with minimal effort?