We told you back in March about Jeff Stalnaker's growing Conway-based telecom-related company that he's partnered on with former Acxiom boss Charles Morgan.
PrivacyStar is busting at the seams with growth and new contracts.
On Tuesday (July 17), PrivacyStar announced a new partnership with Little Rock-based Alltel Wireless, which will carry PrivacyStar features for Alltel Wireless Android customers.
The PrivacyStar application allows a user to block unwanted calls and texts as well as report telemarketer and debt collector violations directly to the Federal Trade Commission.
“With more and more pe
ople abandoning landlines for the sole use of mobile phones, people are living a very mobile life and finding that privacy options are a necessity,” said Jeff Stalnaker, CEO of PrivacyStar. “We are proud that two Arkansas high-tech companies are coming together to offer Alltel Wireless customers a powerful set of privacy features that will give customers the capability to have complete control of their mobile phone.”
“Alltel Wireless is committed to offering products that simplify the lives of our customers,” said Scott Moody, vice president of marketing for Alltel Wireless. “We are thrilled to partner with another Arkansas-based company to provide our customers with an added layer of convenience, further demonstrating our continued commitment to present the best value in wireless.”
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