mobileStorm to Offer Free Trials for All Message Types within the Stun! Platform

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Company launches industry’s first trial to include email, text messaging, fax and voice campaigns.

mobileStorm, a leading provider of multi-digital messaging communications, today launched a new 30 day free trial for companies interested in expanding their digital marketing reach. The company is the first to offer multiple message types within a free trial and is available now on http://www.stun1.com.

The Stun! 30 day free trial includes the ability to send campaigns:

  • Up to 1,000 emails addresses
  • Up to 50 cell phone numbers
  • Up to 10 voice numbers
  • Up to 10 fax numbers

Those who register have 30 days in which to use the trial and will have an opportunity to upgrade to a full account at any point during this time period. Upgrades can be done directly in the Stun! Control Panel.

“Stun! is designed to go beyond the inbox,” said Jared Reitzin, chief executive officer of mobileStorm. “We want to show companies that email is just one way to effectively communicate with their customers, and give them the chance to experience the benefits of multi-message communications without first having to commit to a contract.”

Companies interested in the free trial can sign up directly by going to http://www.stun1.com/freetrial or more information about Stun! go to http://www.stun1.com.

About mobileStorm

mobileStorm Inc.™, based in Los Angeles, provides enterprise-class messaging solutions and marketing automation tools for businesses. The company's multi-message communication services help its clients drive profits by reaching, retaining, and responding to customers in the ways they wish to be reached. mobileStorm delivers millions of messages a month and has amassed a roster of highly visible clients such as Qantas Airways, MGM Grand, Universal/Interscope Records, Carl’s Jr., Squaw Valley Ski Resort, and Crobar Nightclubs.

Steve Chipman

COO, mobileStorm

steve@mobilestorm.com

323-785-6624

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