If you’re not already a subscriber of NVIDIA’s GeForce NOW service, well now is your chance to test it out completely free if you have an AT&T wireless plan. This week, the wireless service provider announced a partnership with NVIDIA for this promotion. Letting customers test the cloud gaming service out at no charge for 6 months.
The promotion gets you access to NVIDIA’s Priority member tier. Which comes with 6-hour session lengths, RTX ON, and a cloud gaming rig that’s equivalent to a PC with an NVIDIA GTX 1080 in it.
The GeForce NOW promotion is a great deal for current AT&T customers
While we wouldn’t exactly suggest signing up for AT&T just to get this promotion, because that wouldn’t really be cost effective, it’s a great deal for anyone who already has AT&T service. Because the usual price for a prepaid 6-month membership of GeForce NOW is $50. Or $60 if you’re doing the $10 a month payments.
That being said, the promotion is open to new AT&T subscribers as well. So if you were planning on signing up for AT&T anyway, you might as well take advantage of this. There are a few requirements that need to be met though.
You need to have a compatible AT&T 5G device, and be a new or existing customer with qualifying service. Additionally, this promotion is only open to personal accounts. So you can’t sign up for it if you have a business account.
If you meet all those requirements, you can sign up for the promotion here.
AT&T unfortunately doesn’t say anything about how long this promotion lasts. So even though it just started, you’re probably better off signing up as soon as possible. Once you do, you’ll get an email with the redeem code to set up your GeForce NOW account.
AT&T also states that the code is subject to expiration 30 days after you receive it. What does that mean for you? It means you want to make sure you don’t miss that email and redeem your code right away.
NVIDIA GeForce NOW lets you access your library of games pretty much anywhere as long as you have an internet connection. Plus, it can be used both on WiFi and through AT&T’s 5G service.