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Can peace of mind be bought?

itrack Protect the affordable hi-tech personal location service is now available from Amazon

PRLog - June 9, 2011 - 09 June 2011: itrack Protect, the personal service that locates a mobile device and offers a unique red alert function has today announced that it’s ‘off the shelf’ consumer service can be purchased on the popular e-tailer Amazon. Available for £69.99 and with a complete year’s subscription it’s a small price to pay for ‘peace of mind.’

The issue of location tracking has been covered throughout the media in the last few weeks and we’ll all have read the stories about Apple tracking its smartphone users, insecurely and unsolicited and the fact that The Metropolitan police has invested in Geotime, a service which will track an individual (of interests) movement. But it’s not all about the ‘Big Brother’ state we seem to be living in.

Tracking technology can be a priceless and useful service if used correctly - it could actually be used for good to ease the minds of family & friends, locate travelling relatives without disturbing them with SMS message and of course track missing or vulnerable people.
itrack Protect enables users to view and track an individual’s location and receive emergency alerts should something go wrong or they’re in potential danger and wish to alert family members, discreetly in seconds, wherever they may be. itrack Protect adheres to all UK regulations and laws regarding locating people – all people being located MUST provide permission to the locater.

itrack Protect works in the UK on all GSM enabled phones on the Vodafone, O2 and Orange networks (plus all associated MVNO’s) and globally on smartphones (using GPS) including Blackberry, Nokia, legacy Windows Mobile and soon Android platforms.


About itrack Protect
itrack Protect is a mobile phone location system that is used to provide personal security solutions to corporate and government bodies worldwide. Now, for the first time this service is available to everyone, providing Peace of Mind when family or friends are away from home.

itrack Protect was established in the UK by experienced mobile telecommunications and business management specialists, with the objective of providing simple, efficient and effective global security solutions for the lone worker, operating on existing mobile devices to provide a comprehensive solution for the family or business user.

By utilising both GPS and GSM technology itrack Protect can operate with the majority of mobile phones enabling the host user to visualise the location of friends, family or staff instantly. Device users benefit from the knowledge that any distress signals will be acted upon in seconds and recorded on the itrack Protect Platform.

itrack Protect is used today by a number of international organisations that work within sensitive environments and therefore require a highly robust and secure service. This level of experience ensures that itrack Protect are able to provide the right solution at the right price and offer end users an innovative experience but more importantly a level of 2-way interaction and security.

Conforming to the UK Government’s guidelines regarding the protection of an individual’s freedom the phone owner MUST agree to being located, by responding to a text message from the itrack Protect Platform when first set up.

Full terms and conditions are available on www.itrackprotect.co.uk

For further information about the itrack Protect service, or a media trial, please contact:

Sarah Bedwell / Dan Walsh
Tel: 01753 656 661
Email: sarah@mustardpr.com / dan@mustardpr.com

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