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  • Unlockd will pay your phone bill for watching ads
  • Unlockd will pay your phone bill for watching ads
    Hernán Piñera (2013) ©

Unlockd will pay your phone bill for watching ads

People are hooked on their handsets, checking their phones up to 200 times a day. And Aussie start-up Unlockd has found a way to make use of this – by getting them to view an advert every time they unlock their device. Why? Because if they do, they'll get a discount on their phone bill.



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