Finding and using Zong is eazy.
Zong powers the mobile shopping experience for some of the world's most popular and well-known social sites. Our merchants choose Zong for our dedication to providing the best customer experience and our decade of experience with mobile payments. Here are a few of the places where you can use Zong mobile payments.
Over 500 million people around the world use Facebook every day to keep up with friends, upload photos, share links and videos, and learn more about the people they meet. Facebook users can buy Facebook Credits with Zong, which powers their gift store and thousands of games created on the Facebook platform.
Habbo is the world's largest social game and online community for teenagers, with more than 210 million users worldwide. Everyday, Habboians are buying Habbo credits using Zong.
IMVU is an avatar-based social network and virtual world where people meet and interact in 3D. IMVU has reached 40 million members around the world. IMVU offers a simple, yet immersive 3D environment where users can customize their avatars and rooms, and meet and interact with other people from around the world. IMVU has the world’s largest virtual goods catalog of more than 3 million items, almost all of which are created by its own users. IMVU members can buy IMVU credits with Zong.
With more than 20 million active monthly users, Playdom boasts some of the most popular game applications on Facebook and MySpace. Their portfolio includes Mobsters, Tiki Farm, Sorority Life, Social City, and Wild Ones. Playdom gamers can buy virtual currency in their games through Zong.
Aeria Games is one of the fastest growing publishers of free-to-play online games. Aeria has over 20 game titles, including Shaiya, Last Chaos, and Grand Fantasia, and over 12 million members worldwide. Aeria gamers can use Zong to buy Aeria Points via their mobile phones and payment cards. In February of 2010 Aeria and Zong released some eye-popping numbers as a result of their working relationship.
With a whopping 115 million registered gamers, Bigpoint is the largest game portal in Germany and the third largest worldwide. Bigpoint gamers can buy virtual goods and currency through Zong on their platform of games, including Darkorbit, Seafight, and our personal favorite, The Pimps.
Stardoll is an online community for girls who love fashion and in making friends. Zong enables mobile payments for the 100+ million users in Stardoll to purchase Stardollars.
Zwinky, owned by IAC Media, lets users create a customizable avatar across many different sites.
MyYearbook is a social network of over 20 million members meeting, making friends, playing games, and even falling in love. MyYearbook specializes in social games that are tied together with Lunch Money, their virtual currency, which can also be purchased with Zong.
Hi5 is a social network where the global youth can meet, play games, and express themselves. With over 50 million monthly visitors, Hi5 recently extended its reach into the social gaming space by acquiring Big Six in early 2010.
Mochi Media distributes flash games across their platform, reaching over 118 million gamers on 17,000 games. Mochi gamers can buy Mochi Coins via Zong to use for in-game purchases across their platform. Mochi was acquired by Chinese game publisher Shanda Games in January of 2010.
Smallworlds, a browser-based virtual world with over 2 million members, centers around social activities including playing casual games and decorating spaces. Members can also create their own missions which consist of a series of role-playing tasks for other users to complete. Smallworlds provides a stunningly rich user experience, as evidenced by the first virtual Zong ATM.
watAgame is social game development company that built goSupermodel, a hang-out site where discussions, games, content, creativity and attitudes are all girly. Zong powers payments for goSupermodel's memberships.