Embee Mobile Using Facebook to Offer Free Pre-Paid Airtime

Mon, Feb 1, 2010

Facebook, Social

If you’re one of the millions of pre-paid cell phone users out there, listen up, because I think I’m about to make your day.

Embee Mobile, a new startup based in Palo Alto, California, has created a new Facebook application called the Embee Mobile Minute Wallet, where users can participate in various activities in exchange for pre-paid minutes.

For those who are familiar with the multiple paid survey sites out there, the setup here is fairly similar. Once you login to the application, you can go to the “paycheck” tab to see all available third-party opportunities, including shopping at specific websites, completing surveys, watching movie trailers or various product commercials, and more.

According to Mobile Marketing Watch, doing any of these actions earns you a bit more airtime in your account. Once you reach a specified total, you can cash out, and redeem your airtime minutes on one of 30 US-based pre-paid mobile service providers, including all of the big names like Verizon, T-Mobile, Virgin Mobile, Boost, AT&T and many others.

If you’ve got the patience and time to fill out a few surveys to earn some extra talk time, be sure to head over to the application’s Facebook page to learn how to get started. You can also check out the following video for more details, before deciding to jump in.

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