Get Files is a mobile content offer that only allows carrier traffic from Cell C, MTN and Vodacom. Both IOS and Android are accepted the cost of carrier traffic will vary because South Africa is a very competitive market due to its somewhat small English speaking population and popular usage of Featured Phones(Mostly Nokia) and Blackberry. Be prepared to spend a fair amount on testing! I would also suggest choosing a traffic source with IP targeting because this advertiser only accepts carrier traffic. For all the new advertiser there are alot of great places that remain unknown so keep searching. Promoting mobile content is a great way to earn extra income.
1. User clicks on banner and redirecting to the landing page.
2. Pays on mobile subscription
3G only – no Wi-Fi
Carriers targeting: Cell C, MTN, Vodacom
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Cell C (Pty) Ltd , a South African mobile company, offers consumers a wide range of prepaid, hybrid and postpaid products and services, including voice, data and messaging services. With its focus on affordable access, Cell C is the only mobile operator in South Africa to offer customers Free Facebook and basic Internet services through Facebook’s Internet.org; and for a capped monthly fee of R7.50, customers have unlimited WhatsApp usage. Cell C was also the first in the country to commercially launch Wi-Fi Calling, a service which has completely transformed the travelling experience for South Africans.
Vodafone ( Great Mobile Content Provider)
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