txtNation Absorbs PushMobileMarketing Ltd

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April 24th 2014. txtNation has absorbed Manchester [UK] based mobile messaging company, PushMobileMarketing Ltd in a move that sees Paul Adams, PushMobileMarketing’s md, appointed as head of messaging at txtNation. This comes as part of the award-winning mobile billing and messaging provider’s push to scale up its mobile messaging division.

PushMobileMarketing provides both UK and Global SMS termination through stable and secure quality routing options, offering access to over 800 mobile network operators [MNOs] around the world.

As txtNation’s newly appointed head of messaging, Paul brings a wealth of experience and a solid reputation to txtNation, allowing the business to offer increased service levels to its already blossoming client base.

Previous to PushMobileMarketing, he has had roles across wholesale voice and telecoms.

Michael Whelan, CEO of txtNation commented, “The demand for SMS messaging is rising.”

He continued, “This combined with our platform, analytics and commercial improvements across our core messaging mix of SMS, HLR and USSD, it’s a very exciting time.

“We have absorbed PushMobileMarketing and have are delighted to bring Paul on-board, benefiting from his experience and vast industry knowledge.”

Paul Adams, txtNation’s new Head of Messaging commented “After speaking with Michael and spending time at txtNation’s head office, the vision that he and the rest of the business have for messaging made it an easy decision to join the team and help deliver results with the new dedicated bulk SMS division.”

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