Ulefone begin their own ambassador program, now looking for fans to take part


ulefone In an attempt to build a better understanding between fans of Ulefone phones, the manufacturer has announced that it is looking for fans to take part in their new ‘Ambassador’ program.

In an attempt to build a better understanding between fans of Ulefone phones, the manufacturer has announced that it is looking for fans to take part in their new ‘Ambassador’ program.

Ulefone are looking to build a better understand between themselves and customers by creating an ‘ambassador’style program named the “Ulefone Players Team”. Fans from Czech Republic, Russia, Ukraine, Spain, Greece, Italy, France, Germany, Portugal, Romania, Poland etc are being asked to apply to become a “Ulefone Player” member where they will take on a number of roles on behalf of the brand.

Fans chosen to take part in the program will be asked to help take part in online Ulefone discussions, moderate forums, help fellow members, perform video reviews of new phones and a few other simple tasks.

In return Ulefone will offer FREE phones (up to 10 this year) to program members, offer first access to updates and new ROMS and take part in Ulefone promotions and public meetings.

Ulefone are accepting applications from the 12th March union the 20th March 2015 over on their Facebook Page. Applicants are asked to Like the Ulefone page, give their reason for wanting to join along with any links they have for current phone reviews, plus basic personal details (Name, Gender, Country etc).

Would you like to see more Chinese phone companies begin similar ambassador programs? Are you likely to apply for this position?

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19 Comments

  1. Muhammad Yasir
    March 11, 2015

    no one from pakistan :'( ?

    • balcobomber25
      March 11, 2015

      Doesn’t hurt to apply. You never know they might accept you. As of today there aren’t that many people who shared the story on their FB page.

  2. Rob
    March 11, 2015

    If I owned one it would definitely be something that I would be happy to do since I’ve reviewed quite a few phones and have lots of experience of Chinese phones. Hopefully other manufacturers will do something similar.

    • MaxPower
      March 11, 2015

      They don’t want you to review it and maybe talk about what doesn’t work. They want ambassadors to promote their phone on each of the 10 European countries with the lowest rate of English speaking people.
      Pay rate? One phone, and priority on updates. Last time they put 5 phone cases to “pay” for the false advertisement in their camera.

  3. Guest
    March 11, 2015

    Facebook. How professional of Ulefone.

    • balcobomber25
      March 11, 2015

      Facebook is biggest advertising oppurtunity in the world. Their isn’t a single platform in the media that gives you more exposure.

      • Guest
        March 11, 2015

        There’s nothing wrong with using Facebook for advertisng. The problem is, that they request some private information to be made open to everyone on the internet.
        They should announce the whole program and give a link to their own page, all entires should be made there.

        • balcobomber25
          March 11, 2015

          The only private information they asked for is gender, age and occupation all of which can already be found on just about everyones facebook page. Some people chose to leave their personal email but it wasn’t required, it says right in bold letter that you can use your facebook.

    • George
      March 11, 2015

      Lool,just saw a lot of people leaving theirs emails on the page, looks more like a free marketing to me than a real thing.

  4. Owsley_66
    March 11, 2015

    So we all know about the original claim that the rear camera on the Be Pro was 13mp Sony. Then Ulefone came out with an apology stating that it wasn’t Sony and that the rear camera was actually 8mp. But they haven’t changed the specs on their own website. The rear camera is still listed as 13mp, and I wish that were true.

    Ulefone, if you’re out there, then the first thing you’ve got to do is change the specs on the rear camera on your own website. Geesh. Don’t expect Ambassadors to help you promote false specifications.

    • March 11, 2015

      The camera does indeed take pictures with 13 mega pixels thanks to the nice trick of interpolating them. A huge amount of Chinese phone makers does that. Yep, that’s not an apology, but probably the reason why they didn’t change it.

      • desponent
        March 11, 2015

        That’s a reason alright. Non-valid one. If you let everything in gray then anything is everything.

        • balcobomber25
          March 11, 2015

          You would be surprised just how many phone companies lie about their camera specs. A lot of these “13 MP” units that are advertised are really just 8MP interpolated. It’s not right but Ulefone is hardly the only one doing it.

          • Marco Lancaster
            March 13, 2015

            That’s exactly what I always said! Ulefone is not the first and will not be the last.

    • Gigi Grace
      March 13, 2015

      I believe ulefone will be more serious than anyother manufactures after the camera event.

  5. March 11, 2015

    if they pay my rent along with a kind salary ill consider to be there “ambassador”

  6. Jeff Nield
    March 12, 2015

    One needs to see what is going here folks. All of the talk and rhetoric will do nothing to help. If you are fair dinkum and want to help I say apply and join the Ambassador program. If the company then chooses not to listen to fair and honest opinions from their members then who is missing out. Sometimes well planed ideas go astray for the reason not everyone will agree and the commercial reality has to be meet.

  7. Gigi Grace
    March 13, 2015

    I have bought Be Pro, it is very cost-effective indeed, and the basic function works fine

  8. Dance With Machipella
    June 7, 2021

    I am a very big fan of Ulephone and also mobile technology and I would like to be it's brand ambassador here in Kenya and maybe even Eastern Africa..would that be possible please