Double the WiFi = Double the Money
As crazy as it might seem to the uninformed you are capable of having more than one internet connection in your home depending on the internet service providers in your area that are available to you. This is a wide topic to be covered but for the sake of the inexperienced phone farmer I feel this page is going to be the foundation for how I can help you succeed, and go further than you thought phone farming could possibly take you. Here in my home I currently have two different WIFI connections. One with AT&T that carries half of my devices for making money, and one with Comcast to bare the other multitude of phones.
I have done a couple of YouTube videos at this point which discuss why this could be a very integral part of how you make money with Smartphones, computers, and tablets. Both of which will be linked at the end of this page, but I need to stress to you a few important details for why you should eventually have this as a part of your setup for farming.
The majority of the Applications for online earnings share a very similar outline when it comes to user restrictions in the fact that you can have so many devices per IP, as well a certain number of users on each of the applications. So, you can see that if you were to say have more than a few people in your home, and had a 2nd IP address you would be staying within the terms, and conditions of various different companies.
The key thing I want to point out is that with two different Wifi connections you could easily expand your phone farm in the upwards of 150 devices or more for making money this way. Most standard routers that come from your internet service provider are built to handle more devices than you could possibly imagine. I easily have over 100 devices here in my home, over 90 of which are fully setup for making money. On top of this I am still able to watch Netflix, browse YouTube, upload video content to my channel, and I do all of this while my children watch cartoons on top of my girlfriend watching Netflix as well.
Of course, my phones run extremely well, and no I did not have to buy an expensive router or built a custom router to phone farm with. I seriously want you guys to take a step back for a second, and think about the money you would spend on a custom router then do the math for how many months of internet that would get you. For anyone who currently is making money with say a range of thirty devices, look at how much you’re making monthly, and now I want you to imagine that money doubled because that’s exactly what having a 2nd IP would do for you.
Now I should say that this would come at a very heavy initial investment, but anyone that’s currently doing this on a average basis knows that phone farming pays for itself more quickly than a multitude of startup business’s. Just for a moment let’s look at one application that I make money with. Apptrailer’s is a great app to use as an example mainly because of its earnings potential on five devices being in the upwards of 60 dollars a month (on good months) you could easily pay for two different connections alone by having that 2nd IP, and having 10 devices at that point.
The key thing that you need to know here is that each application has very different terms, and conditions which is why I encourage you to read each company’s every single time you go to start using an application. By doing this you know exactly what you need to do to stay in a safe zone while building your phone farm. An example of this would be a company saying that your allowed to have a certain amount of accounts per household versus per IP. Cellphone farming is in my opinion still a growing form of making money. Not a year passes without a new paying app to hit the Google Play Store, and it is for this reason alone that I would rather be ahead of the game than falling behind when it comes to making money this way.