Gratis Networks becomes FreePay

About 3 weeks ago, Gratis Networks changed its name to FreePay. Gratis, of course, is the company that spawned the Free iPods offer and then expanded into things like free digital cameras and free Xbox 360s.

As long-time readers of this site know, I spent a lot of time figuring out the best ways to go about getting these offers. In general, you have to complete a marketing offer and get several friends (3 to 10, depending on the electronic item you seek) to do the same. If you wait long enough, easy offers will show up — offers that are free or free for a trial period long enough to cancel without getting charged.

Customer service is slow, the company isn’t responsive, but I’ve always gotten my items — the iPod mini, the photo iPod, the desktop computer, Mac Mini, iPod Shuffle, to name a few.

The Xbox 360 (as I understand it) hasn’t even come out yet. But the one they’ll be sending is even the $399 premium edition, not the stripped down model.

FreePay also has a brand new offer — free iPod Nanos.

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