Are you a petrol-head? Then this project is for you!

All drivers are invited to join an exciting three-part project and help make every day fill-ups faster and easier by improving the Fill Up & Go mobile service.

Testing type

Functional Exploratory, Functional Test Case

Project details:

  • 1st part: Functional Exploratory with double per bug payment ($6-$20)
  • 2nd part: Functional Test Case which involves a visit to a Fill&Go gas station with a $27 fuel allowance (the equivalent of £20); currently estimated at between 3h-4h to complete – payment is $20 per hour
  • 3rd part: Final questionnaire ($20)

 

Testing Timelines: 

  • Expected Start Date for the Functional Exploratory Test – 08.01.2018
  • Time frame to complete the Functional Exploratory Test: 24 hours

 

  • Expected Start Date for the Test Case Execution – 10.01.2018
  • Time frame to complete the Test Case Execution: 48 hours

 

  • Final Questionnaire will be sent after the first two testing parts are concluded

 

Selected Environment:

  • Platform: Android and iOS
  • Operating System Versions: Android 4.4 and above / iOS 9.1 and above
  • Mobile Devices Accepted: phones only

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