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Protext Mobility Announces Distribution Agreements With Two Prominent New York Auto Dealers

Company's Distracted Driving to Be Sold at Universal Auto Plaza and Beverly Hills Auto Group

DELRAY BEACH, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/14 -- Protext Mobility (OTCQB: TXTM), a developer of innovative and trusted applications for the mobile communications market, is pleased to announce that the Company has executed two new distribution agreements for the DriveAlert distracted driving solution. Universal Auto Plaza of Long Island City and Beverly Hills Auto Group of Woodside, NY will begin to market and sell DriveAlert directly to their customers, along with prominent advertising throughout the dealerships. Protext now has three distribution agreements that are serviced at six auto dealerships in the NYC Tri-State area.

"We are delighted to announce our partnerships with two dealers that have such established roots and customer loyalty," stated Steve Berman, CEO of Protext Mobility. "Beverly Hills Auto is a family-owned and operated dealership in Woodside, NY and has been at the same location for the past 45 years. Universal has an outstanding reputation in the Long Island City area for exceptional customer service and vehicles. It's dealerships like this, which have a high repeat customer base, that are precisely the types of companies that we love to work with."

DriveAlert is a text blocking and distracted driving solution aimed at curbing the distracted driving epidemic. The product allows consumers, employers and/or administrators the ability to prevent the use of certain mobile device activity in vehicles equipped with DriveAlert -- particularly text messaging, the mobile internet, email and social media activities including taking and posting selfies are blocked while vehicle is in motion. "Our solution offers an unparalleled sense of safety and security for parents, spouses, siblings and friends regarding distracted driving. These are precisely the people who are buying their cars from long-standing and trusted dealerships such as Universal and Beverly Hills Auto," Mr. Berman went on to say.

About Protext Mobility, Inc.
Protext Mobility (OTCQB: TXTM) develops innovative applications and trusted solutions for consumers and businesses operating in the mobile communications marketplace. The Company's mobile communications service offering provides consumers with mobile solutions to monitor text activity and curb device usage while driving, as well as businesses solutions' to help manage mobile communications activities amongst employees. Protext Mobility markets its services under the SafeText, DriveAlert and CompliantWireless brands. For more information on the Company and its suite of mobile solutions for consumers and businesses, please visit http://www.protextmobility.net

For more information about Universal Auto Plaza, please visit their website at www.universalcarsales.com
For more information about Beverly Hills Auto Group, please visit www.beverlyhillsautogroup.com

Disclaimer: The press release may include certain statements that are not descriptions of historical facts but are forward looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. These forward-looking statements are identified by words such as "may," "expects," "believes," "anticipates," "intends," "projects," or similar terms, variations of such terms or the negative of such terms and include statements regarding the potential impact of our new Drive Alert solution and the market opportunity for our new Drive Alert solution. There are a number of risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from the forward-looking statements made herein including the inability of our new Drive Alert solution to have the desired impact on the reduction of driving injuries. Such information is based upon various assumptions made by, and expectations of, our management that were reasonable when made but may prove to be incorrect. All of such assumptions are inherently subject to significant economic and competitive uncertainties and contingencies beyond our control and upon assumptions with respect to the future business decisions which are subject to change. Accordingly, there can be no assurance that actual results will meet expectation and actual results may vary (perhaps materially) from certain of the results anticipated herein. The Company has no obligation to update these forward-looking statements.

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