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[August 09, 2013]

Enflick Introduces TextNow Mobile Phone Service

Aug 09, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- Enflick on August 6 introduced the TextNow mobile phone service.

According to a release, running on top of its existing IP-based SMS and voice infrastructure and using Sprint's 3G network in areas without WiFi connectivity, the new phone service makes TextNow an all-IP mobile operator. Using hardware compatible with the Android OS, the TextNow mobile phone service is available now - including visual voicemail, call forwarding and call display - at no additional charge.

The company said that the introduction of TextNow mobile phone service comes on the heels of Enflick's release of its MiFi service, a MiFi solution for wireless broadband connectivity - from absolutely any location - that also enables mobile devices, such as an iPad or iPod, to deliver phone services. With the announcement of TextNow mobile phone service, Enflick now offers a complete family of connectivity solutions, including: free calling and texting; voice mail; MiFi; and now - the handset itself.

"From Day One, our biggest priority has been to make smartphone service better and more affordable for everyone," said Derek Ting, co-founder and CEO, Enflick. "The announcement of TextNow mobile phone service - combined with our recent launch of MiFi - marks a big milestone toward accomplishing this mission and making it affordable for every person to have a cell phone in his or her pocket." Further, with all phone services provisioned on the TextNow cloud, customers can interchange services across their mobile devices and platforms.

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