Ad-Supported Pinger Draws 8 Million Users, Including Tots Too Young for Their Own Phones
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From AdAge: "Pinger and TextFree users (TextFree is the predecessor company) send more than 2 billion texts and use 75 million voice minutes every month. Mr. Sweeney said that Pinger is the fifth-most-installed app on iOS devices, and is now on almost 20% of them, and is the seventh-largest carrier in the country by SMS volume.
Pinger makes money with its ad-supported apps, bringing in 60¢ to 75¢ per month on every user, Mr. Sweeney said. With the company coming off its best quarter ever, it's on target to hit $30 million in annual revenue, almost all advertising generated. Its cost-per-thousand ranges between 25¢ and $4 with averages of around $1 at the end of 2012."
From the website:
Pinger is about people
Pinger lets you text and talk free with the people you care about most, anywhere on the planet. Tap a picture and you'll see all of your communications—texts, pics, calls, voicemails—all in one place.
Together with millions of users, we're building the planet's first free device- and carrier-independent global network, one person at a time. Connect with your favorite people from your iOS, Android, Windows and Macintosh device. It's free.
Pinger, Inc. is funded by Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield and Byers, DAG Ventures, Deutsche Telekom, and T-ventures. We're staffed with industry veterans who enjoy making a difference in how people communicate with each other.