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How to make money by selling cellular phone loads

Updated on April 2, 2011

Texting capital of the world

Cellular phone mania really gets into the nerves of every Filipino user. Dubbed as the texting capital of the world, the thriving business of e-load (electronic load) is everywhere. If your cell phone gets drain out of load, you can easily reload from the nearest outlet or text you friend about your situation. There are many e-load schemes that will help you continue texting or calling without a huge interruption. You can pay your used e-load later if you’re traveling or been involved in an all-night texting spree with your love one or text mate. It’s just a matter of trust between you and the owner of load wallet in your place.

Starting your own e-load business

  1. Have you heard of Company A? You don’t have to worry of buying SIM cards from different telcos (telephone companies). With just your current SIM card you can register you cellphone number and sell different telcos’ load wallet and other services.
  2. Another player is the Company B. It is also a text load scheme that applies to all networks. Apart from it, there a residual income that you can get once you partner with other Company B dealer. There's a seminar conducted by the dealers after work, thrice a week. The gathering refreshes the idea on networking using the telecommunication companies as part of the network. Slowly but surely, it is gaining popularity these days in the country.

How it works:

Since there are lots of telcos players in the country, here's an overview on how it works with the two all-in one mobile networks, Company A and Company B. The parallelism in scheme with these two networks are almost the same.

I recently applied as load dealer at Company B here in Naga City, Bicol for passive income. I was oriented with a very easy process on how to gain income aside from selling loads to cellphone users.

More or less, this is the gist of what I've learned in the e-loading business:

  • You are your own boss. You just have to wait your customers while doing other chores at home.
  • The company, for example in Company B, the network will create your account online, in order to monitor your income.

Right now, my regular clients range from my family, friends and neighbors. Although, there's competition in my place, e-load business will stay for long time.


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    • travel_man1971 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ireno Alcala 

      8 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      You said it right, sailor. This is now included in the basic needs of every individual.

    • thesailor profile image


      8 years ago from Seven Seas

      Cellphone loads are now one of the basic needs of mankind.

    • travel_man1971 profile imageAUTHOR

      Ireno Alcala 

      8 years ago from Bicol, Philippines

      That's right, bacville. A twenty-peso all text load will just be consumed in one day, not the usual two days that a network advertises.

    • bacville profile image


      8 years ago from Manila, Philippines

      Some cellular networks in the Philippines consume our loads through their services.


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