Press Releases

September 26, 2011

Life Wireless Gains Approval in the State of Georgia

Company to offer low cost and free wireless service to Georgia residents

Covington, Georgia — Life Wireless™, a cellular provider offering, in conjunction with Telrite Corporation, low-cost and free, government-subsidized wireless service to income eligible customers, announces its approval and launch of coverage in the state of Georgia.

"Georgia is our home state, so we are thrilled to be able to offer service and assistance to its residents," said Brian Lisle, President of Telrite Corporation. "More importantly, Telrite maintains a robust distribution network within Georgia, which will enhance our outreach efforts at the local level."

Life Wireless offers qualifying customers free cellular service through the Lifeline program; those not qualifying for the subsidized service can receive the same service at a low cost with no contract required. Life Wireless will begin offering service in the state of Georgia immediately, with experienced agents on the road to educate and assist customers starting Monday, September 26. Customers can also purchase service or complete the application online at the company's Web site, then follow directions for faxing any required documents verifying their eligibility. For more information on Life Wireless, visit the company's Web site —

About Life Wireless
LIFE WIRELESS™ is a government assisted wireless service provided by LIFE WIRELESS HOLDINGS, LLC and is powered by the TELRITE CORPORATION. LIFE WIRELESS™ offers a Lifeline and Link-Up discount to low-income families and individuals for wireless services. To obtain LIFE WIRELESS™ service potential subscribers must meet certain eligibility requirements such as receiving governmental assistance or a household income that is at or below the federal poverty level. The specifics of what determines a potential subscriber's eligibility are specific to each state. For more information about Life Wireless, please visit the company's Web site,