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Consumer Cellular Enters the Personal Emergency Response Market With Launch of the Ally

PORTLAND, OR -- (Marketwired) -- 07/08/15 -- Consumer Cellular, the mobile carrier with the highest overall customer satisfaction according to Nielsen Mobile Insights, has entered the mobile Personal Emergency Response System (mPERS) market with the launch of the Ally. This marks Consumer Cellular's first mPERS offering and is available through the Consumer Cellular website and customer call centers.

"In the past, mPERS devices and contracts have been expensive and confusing," said John Marick, CEO of Consumer Cellular. "Thanks to Consumer Cellular's expansive experience with boomers and seniors, we've managed to make the process much simpler and more affordable by mirroring our no-contract cellular offerings."

The Ally was a natural line extension for Consumer Cellular given its benefit to seniors and its use of cellular technology. "Many of our current customers have been searching for affordable options in the mPERS space for themselves or for their aging parents," continued Marick. "We're happy to have found a solution that will provide peace of mind for our customers and that, in the event of an accident, help will be on the way."

The Ally is the most robust mPERS available, designed for active seniors who want to continue to live independently while having the security that help is only a click away. The device features embedded fall detection and motion sensors, instant hands-free communication, GPS location services, remotely managed two-way voice communication both in and outside the home and is water and impact resistant.

For more information or to purchase an Ally, please visit or call (888) 345-5509.

About Consumer Cellular Consumer Cellular is a top-rated wireless carrier that provides no-contract cellphones and service plans to those 50+. The company has been an AARP provider since 2008 and offers AARP members special discounts on service. Founded in 1995 on the belief that everyone should have affordable access to the safety and convenience of cellular service, Consumer Cellular is privately held with more than 1,200 employees. The Portland, Ore.-based company utilizes the nation's largest voice and data networks, which covers more than 300 million people -- or 97 percent of the US population. Consumer Cellular's wireless phones and plans are sold nationwide at leading retailers such as Target and Sears as well as direct to consumers at or (888) 345-5509. The company has been ranked on the Inc. 5000 list for six years in a row and has the highest overall customer satisfaction of all mobile carriers, based on Nielsen Mobile Insights survey data during Q1, 2015. For cellphone tutorials, features, applications and company news, connect with Consumer Cellular on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Google+.

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Wednesday, July 8, 2015


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