UnlockOne Announces Affiliate Program for Savvy Entrepreneurs


A recent U.N. study reports that almost 6 billion people have, or have access to, a cell phone. That’s about 86% of the world population. Worldwatch Institute, a Washington, D.C.-based research organization, just released a study in October predicting that cell phone plans will exceed the population in 2014. But, not everyone will be able to afford a subscription plan. Nor will it be cost effective to have a subscription, with such a huge patchwork quilt of service providers charging roaming fees whenever you step outside their little fiefdoms.

But there is a solution. And it’s a solution Anthony Ngorongo has built his business upon: unlocking cell phones.

If you’ve never heard of this technology, don’t be surprised. It’s not in your wireless carrier’s interest to let you know it exists. When you buy a cell phone from the carrier, they’ve already “locked” it so it only works on their network. However, a simple factory override code can free your cell phone so that you can use it anywhere.

Ngorongo, the founder of Norwegian technology company UnlockOne, provides factory unlock codes for hundreds of phones from around the world.

UnlockOne’s affiliate program works because of the sheer number of markets that don’t realize it’s unnecessary to be locked in with a given service provider. “Not many people realize there is an option outside of contracts. And if you have built trust in a given market, like frugality bloggers or technology bloggers, or even just affiliate marketers, you can educate your followers and then reap the rewards when they decide to unlock their devices,” Ngorongo explains.

UnlockOne provides a number of tools to make affiliating for them as easy as possible, including a secure dashboard and a variety of sleek and professional ads, all with the affiliate’s individual seller code built in. There are even tutorials to help new affiliates make the most of this opportunity.

The boom in the mobile industry represents a huge opportunity for those in the know. Anthony Ngorongo is just happy to be able to share his success with others, and help mobile users the world over free their phones.

Mohit Bansal(23) is B.Tech in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Indian School of Mines, Dhanbad, India. He has interest in business and entrepreneurship and has published couple of research articles. He is also associated with various NGOs. He is with Techaloo when it was just in concept stage. The Techaloo site was not existing even then. Currently Mohit is working with Mu Sigma as a Business Analyst Profile.

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