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Monday, May 12, 2003
AIRVOICE WIRELESS RECHARGE CARDS NOW OFFERED IN BLACKSTONE POS
Blackstone (www.blackstoneonline.com), a pioneer of the prepaid telecommunications industry, now offers AirVoice Wireless recharge cards for it Blackstone POS merchants in selected markets. According to Mike Acton, Blackstone’s general manager, “We are always looking for new products to offer our POS merchants and AirVoice is a rising player in the prepaid cellular market – it was a logical product for Blackstone to offer.” The patent pending Blackstone POS successfully integrates the processing of all major credit cards (MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover Card & Diners Club) and ATM/Debit/EBT cards with the sale of prepaid products and services, into one, easy-to-use POS terminal. Established in 1999, AirVoice Wireless is currently on the fast track to becoming a leading provider of nationwide prepaid cellular services and associated products. Presently, they offer services in 11 states including Florida, California, Arizona, Nevada and Michigan and are expanding its network into other markets that offer significant growth opportunities. For more information please visit www.airvoicewireless.com A pioneer of the prepaid telecommunications industry, Blackstone is currently one of the country’s largest providers of prepaid products and services with through 300,000 retail locations nationwide. Established and headquartered in Miami, Florida since 1995, Blackstone provides innovative solutions to local, national and international companies seeking to maximize their full potential – from calling cards, POS terminals, merchant processing, marketing & distribution to self-service, interactive kiosks – Blackstone offers a complete array of services to design, integrate and maintain high-impact, strategic business solutions via our global network of alliances and resources. Blackstone POS, Blackstone V-Commerce and Blackstone e-Vending are trademarks of Blackstone Communications Co.; US and foreign patents pending.