EE customers can get money from their accounts by watching these short videos

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EE offers customers the opportunity to receive cashback (Image: EE • GETTY)

EE customers can now lower their monthly bills, as long as they are willing to give something back to the network. Those looking to cut the cost of owning their smartphone will be offered some cashback simply by watching short promotional videos from some well-known brands and then answering a few questions about what they’ve seen.

Once completed, customers receive up to 20 cents each time they participate, which is added to their account. The new incentive has been launched with WeAre8, and the partnership doesn’t just give customers cashback.

In addition to receiving that payout, a 5 percent donation is also automatically made to charity. EE says customers can choose to donate to charities that help end food poverty and reverse climate change.

WeAre8 has developed technology that connects people and brands in a transformational way and rewards people for their time. The partnership combines EE’s network with the power of WeAre8 technology so that global issues can be addressed with millions of small actions.

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After customers sign up, they receive a personalized link and can control the frequency and time they want to receive branded videos via text message, email, or both, so they can make money and positively impact the time it comes. suits them.

About the new partnership, Sharon Meadows Director of Propositions at EE said: “We wanted to reward our customers with the best range of flexible benefits, so we launched EE Up in the My EE app.

“In addition to the usual giveaways and competitions, we give more to customers by providing an easy way to give back to society. We’ve all had more time in recent months and in a matter of minutes a day, our customers can go through WeAre8 get money from their monthly bills and also give money back to charities they care about. ”

And Sue Fennessy, CEO and founder of WeAre8 added, “We built the WeAre8 platform to unite millions of people with thousands of advertisers to tackle the world’s biggest problems. I am delighted to announce our UK partnership with EE, making it easy for their customers to pay some off their mobile bill and positively change the world in just two minutes a day. “

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Neela Josh
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