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Paul Greene of Liberty Wireless: Creating a Superior Wireless Network

30 May

Wireless phone networks abound in the United States, and often times it’s difficult to differentiate between one or the other. Paul Greene of Liberty Wireless has discovered a way to develop a unique and successful wireless network; one that provides faster service, broader coverage and more access to affordability than any of the major carriers in the United States.

Paul Greene of Liberty Wireless has recently launched what promises to be the leading GSM service network in the country; one that emphasizes accessibility, affordability and coverage over simple profit motive. As the founder of this network, Paul Greene of Liberty Wireless hopes to provide Americans with something they’ve never seen before, a wireless company makes phone plans simple, easy to buy and without the need for any sort of lengthy contract. His hope is to forever change the face of the industry, and to continue enabling high-quality MVNOs with a network proven to increase consumer freedom and save them money.

Paul Greene of Liberty Wireless won’t settle for second best, and absolutely refuses to provide a merely average service that does nothing new, innovative or positive for the consumer. The GSM technology he employs has been widely used across the globe, achieving widespread popularity and a near 75% market share overseas. Paul Greene of Liberty Wireless noticed the under-utilization of this technology in the United States, and started to do something about it. With his powerful and new network, he hopes to give American wireless consumers the choice and coverage they’ve long been without.

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