Los Angeles, Calif. – May 1, 2015 – GTX Corp. (OTCQB: GTXO), a leading provider of personal location GPS wearable technology and wandering assistive technology, announced today that it is offering 6 months interest-free financing for its flagship GPS SmartSoles. Available through its newly launched e-commerce storecustomers will have the option of signing up for a payment plan through PayPal, offering 6 months interest free financing.
“By providing our consumers interest free financing, we are making the SmartSoles easier to purchase for individuals of all backgrounds and lifestyles”, commented Meghan Ravada, head of consumer sales at GTX Corp. “this technology is so essential for those caring for individuals with cognitive-impairing diseases such as Alzheimer's and Autism that we want to make it easy and affordable for all”.
GTX Corp's patented GPS SmartSoles™, which were featured in AARP’s 2015 technology gear guideare placed in the wearer’s shoes and contain a GPS tracking chip connected through a cellular network that sends a signal to a central monitoring website or app showing the exact location of the individual wearing the SmartSoles. They come in several trim to fit sizes for both men and women, are made with the highest quality electronic components and assembled in Rhode Island, U.S.A.
The simplicity behind the SmartSole Platform is that when someone wanders off or becomes lost, a text or email alert is sent to a phone and computer, with a direct link to a map plotting the wanderer’s location delivering peace of mind to the caregiver.
GTX Corp (GTXO) is a pioneer in wearable technology and a leader in enterprise 2 way GPS real-time personal location based services. Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, with distribution in 9 countries. GTX provides solutions that answer the "where" question: where is my mother, child, employee, vehicle, drone and high value assets.
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