The battle for a google wave invite has started

google_waveIn about 3 to 6 hours, Google Will start sending out 100.000 free Google Wave invites to people already using the sandbox and the ones who offered to help report bugs.
They already announced this on their blog on 20 july.

You might recognise this way of selling their product from the Gmail launch.
By using the invite-system they create some kind of temporary ‘exclusive’ product, and it works!
Back in the time when Gmail was launched, people sold their accounts for huge amounts of money, or traded the invites for a cell-phone.

I wonder if they’ll have the same result with their Wave-invite scheme.
As things are going now, it seems like it’ll be a success.
On Reddit, each topic on Google Wave is resulting in a mass request for invites.
Ofc, Twitter has the Google Wave plague too…
They’re even getting trough to eBay (at the time of writing, at $202 with FREE SHIPPING).
But I guess these guys are pure scams, as there are no invites send yet!)

I just can’t wait to get my hands on to this service, but I won’t pay for it.
In a few months we all get a bunch of free invites to give away…. Don’t forget they’ll try to conquer the internet with this.
To get to this, they’ll have to provite enough invites for the whole world!

So for those not getting the invite, be patiΓ«nt…. (I’m more talking to myself right here πŸ˜‰

[Update] Websites’s put up for sharing invites or people selling invites are pure scams (if they’re still running their service)!
The Google Wave team has confirmed that they’re not allowing anyone to share invites.
You can read so on the twitter status of one of the mayor developers: twaphanie

11 thoughts on “The battle for a google wave invite has started”

  1. Or you can just google around and if your a bit lucky, you can get one from someone who already has a google-wave-activated account.

    I almost had one, was just a little bit to slow… the guy only had 6 invites left…

  2. Or you can just google around and if your a bit lucky, you can get one from someone who already has a google-wave-activated account.

    I almost had one, was just a little bit to slow… the guy only had 6 invites left…

    And go begging? How about, ‘no thanks’ πŸ™‚

    1. I got only 20, and I prefer to share them with my friends so that I can have the wave experience like it should be.
      Having only 2 people I know on my wave account would be a wast of the opportunity.

      Whenever I have all my friends on it, and i get more invites, I’ll be more than happy to share them with any one I know πŸ˜‰

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