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Pinger Helps Deployed Troops Keep in Touch with HOME!

posted on Nov 01 2011 0 Comments

We are excited to help deployed service members stay in touch with their spouses, children, extended family and friends — so that is why we are excited to share this news with you!

Pinger, the company behind the innovative Textfree apps for iOS and Android that make texting and mobile calling free, today announced its partnership with Operation Gratitude and a donation pledge of up to $5,000 in recognition of Veterans Day:

For every new download of the Pinger Textfree and Pinger Textfree with Voice apps as well as any new user sign up for Pinger Textfree Web between November 1 and Veterans Day on November 11, Pinger will donate $1.00 to Operation Gratitude to support its care package programs.

The $5,000 donation from Pinger will fund over 330 new care packages to be shipped, just in time for the holiday season.

Pinger’s Textfree apps enable military personnel to choose their own local U.S. phone number to send and receive texts, picture messages and talk for free to friends and family in the States from anywhere in the world they are deployed.

We think this is great! With this donation, we will be able to further our goal to send even more care packages to deployed troops, something we know is an important way to help keep them connected to those who support and care for them back home.

Visit www.pinger.com/gratitude to learn more about the program and to download the apps.

Please visit the Operation Gratitude website to learn about MORE ways you can help support deployed troops! THANK YOU!

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