Twitter-activated tea machine gives free tea for Tweets
BOS Brands, a South African beverage company, has launched the world’s first Twitter-activated vending machine.
The machine called ‘Bevmax 4-45’ or simply ‘BEV’, trades a can of flavored ice tea for a Tweet that contains the hashtag displayed on the machine.
Users must also activate their Twitter location settings because BEV will check if the user is actually nearby before giving out the free drink.
After a can of tea has been given out, BEV will enter a ‘cool-down’ period for a few seconds before it is ready to dispense another can.
Of course, no tea will be dispensed if Twitter is down. But who are we kidding, that never happens.
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