Uniserve Communications Corporation has entered into a partnership agreement with Vancouver based Smartphone application developer George Mobile™. Uniserve will provide a variety of services on both a hardware and software level: The back-end infrastructure, complete telecom services including phone lines and phone numbers as well as management of the George Mobile platform.
This application will also be making use of the new Uniserve Cloud platform to provide maximum performance and reliability for the service. The partnership also allows Uniserve to market the George Mobile product to its own customer base through an exclusive arrangement for its Canadian customers. George Mobile is committed to increasing social productivity and empowering meaningful experiences for millions of smartphone users worldwide. George is available for iPhone, Android, and Windows.
“George is very pleased to be joining forces with Uniserve because of their ability to provide the telecommunications know how, connectivity and their scalable Cloud Computing capabilities necessary to the ongoing success and growth of our operations”, said Stephen Duke, CEO of George Mobile™
George is a unique app for smartphone and tablet users that gives members access to an all-in-one hub for all incoming communications as well as unlimited talk and text almost anywhere in the world regardless of network or coverage plan. With George, members are provided a single phone number that can effectively turn an iPad or tablet – up to four separate devices – into a phone for making and receiving calls and text messages.
According to Uniserve CEO Mike Schmidt, “George is a unique application that will be very popular with the target demographic of 18-34 year olds who rely predominantly on text messaging and various social media for communication. We look forward to not only hosting them in the Uniserve Cloud and helping them as they grow, but we are excited to offer their service to our established database of over 20,000 clients.”
This news release was prepared on behalf of the Uniserve Board of Directors, which accepts full responsibility for its contents.