Google Apps Has A Referral Program, But You Can’t Use It

Good and bad news for enthusiastic Google Apps For Business users. Google is introducing a referral program that will pay $15 per user when new customers sign up — but it’s restricting those payments to customers in the US and Canada.

The scheme pays $US15 per user who signs up for a paying accounting for at least 120 days, with a maximum of 100 users in any given domain. Google requires a tax ID and bank account details when you sign up, so it looks like this would be too fiddly to work around for Australians.

Introducing the Google Apps Referral Program: Share a better way of working with customers, friends and networks [Google Enterprise Blog]

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