Yes, these details are provided in the technical specifications for using the product, but generally any data type used in a non-secure method can be sponsored, and with additional set-up, many types of secure data sessions can be sponsored, such as a browse session within a shopping cart in a web page.
AT&T Sponsored Data API FAQs
Sponsored Data FAQs
What features do I have access to on Sponsored Data content delivery?
- Set up an offer on virtually any data type, such as a video, audio file, web page, PDF file or image format.
- Ease of integration to allow management and access to the sponsored offer within product features you use on your own platform.
- Retire or change a specific offer.
- See how offers perform with AT&T's provided analytics.
- Manage account through our web portal.
- Check your billing statement.
How do I restrict who gets access to my Sponsored Data content and who doesn't?
A publisher of a sponsored offer determines the criteria for that offer at their discretion. The specifics on rate plan and device type that is required for the product to operate on AT&T's network is the minimum qualification required.
How do I keep track of how much Sponsored Data content has been used?
Sponsored data providers will have access to billing and analytics information through the AT&T Developer portal at developer.att.com.
How do I sign up to offer Sponsored Data to my customers?
To get more information about AT&T Sponsored Data, please contact your AT&T sales rep or email us at email@example.com.
What is AT&T Sponsored Data?
Sponsored Data is an AT&T product that enables companies to sponsor the data usage for specific content on behalf of eligible AT&T wireless customers. With AT&T Sponsored Data eligible customers can browse, stream and enjoy applications from our data sponsors without impacting their monthly data allowance.
What could a Sponsored Data offer look like?
For example, a customer may access an application for healthcare from their insurer. Within the application, there is an educational video. The customer sees the Sponsored Data name, identifying that the video is sponsored. When the customer clicks the icon to play the video, the data usage incurred while watching the video is not applied to the customer’s monthly data allowance.