Friday, March 19, 2010

Mobile Phone Subscribers Earn Money In the Developing World

There are over 2 billion literate, mobile phone subscribers in the developing world, many living on less than $5 a day.

Corporations pay people to accomplish billions of image, audio and text-based tasks.

Guess who enables these tasks to be completed via the mobile phone by people around the globe?

Find out here.

In case you are pressed for time:

txteagle is a service that enables mobile phone subscribers to earn money and accumulate savings by completing simple micro-tasks for large corporate clients. Originally conceived as a mechanism to compensate rural Kenyan nurses, txteagle is now on track to becoming one of Africa's largest employers.
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1 comment:

tips de viajero said...

You have a great post , Thanks for sharing.

Greetings from argentina.

Pd: My english is not good