Brand new site

We’ve just put online a brand new design for our website. Hopefully you’ll like it 🙂

A visual refresh was long overdue. Also, the site is now fully responsive, making it more accessible on mobile devices.

If you still have bookmarks or feed readers pointing to blog.tellini.org, you might want to update them, since the blog has been incorporated into the main site.

If you encounter any problem, please contact us.

A fresh look

You’re currently looking at the brand new site design. Hopefully, you’ll like it just as much as I do. 🙂

If you notice any problem that might have crept in, or you just wish to share your feedback on the new look, please contact us.

EMail problems

Unfortunately, the servers handling mail for the tellini.org domain are experiencing some technical problems at the moment, resulting in mails getting bounced back to the sender.

The system administrators have been alerted. If you need to contact us, please try again later.

Sorry for the inconvenience.

New payment method: WebMoney

WebMoney is a popular payment method in Central and Eastern Europe, particularly in Russia. Currently, WebMoney has over 7 million registered customers worldwide who do not need a bank account or a credit card to use this system. Secure transactions are completed using electronic wallets such as the WME (euro) or WMZ (US dollar) purses.

share-it!, our e-commerce partner, recently began offering this payment type in the order process to all customers.

Get MP3 Cat free with TrialPay

We’ve just partnered with TrialPay, thus enabling you to obtain a license for MP3 Cat for free!

How does it work?

How is this possible?

Advertisers want to pay for your business. Instead of buying a TV commercial or an ad on a bus as a means of acquiring new customers, with TrialPay advertisers pay for your free product, encouraging you to become a new customer.

So while this offer seems too good to be true, it’s actually in everyone’s best interest…and just as good as it sounds.

Is it really free? What’s the catch?

Yes, it’s really free. TrialPay is simply a new method of advertising that pays customers with free or discounted products out of advertising revenue. You get your chosen product for free by trying or buying something you already wanted anyway.

The terms of each advertiser offer vary from totally free (try Stamps.com, set up an eBay account) to paid or subscription services (send flowers from FTD.com or join Blockbuster Total Access). Regardless of the advertising terms, your initial product and the TrialPay transaction are always totally free. And TrialPay customer service is free, too.