Digital Detox Could Net $1000 and Free RV Use

The company hopes “this opportunity encourages you to step away from the social feed and out into the world.”

The coronavirus has created a number of new normals, including the need to seek more socially-distanced forms of recreation. 

All the safer-at-home activities have also led to the increased use of smartphones, streaming content platforms and other digital products and services.

In response, SatelliteInternet.com, a site created to “help people all over the U.S. find the best satellite internet plans,” is launching their Digital Detox Challenge.

The site is giving one contestant up to $1,000 and paying for an RV rental in exchange for abandoning technology for 48 hours. Contestants need to be at least 25 years-old, legally able to drive, and are only eligible when camping in an RV at a national park.

The company hopes “this opportunity encourages you to step away from the social feed and out into the world.” After the 48 hours, the company, of course, offers a number of internet hotspot options to get you back on the grid.

More information is available here.

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