Clear Talk Wireless to Commemorate New Flag Pole with Fourth of July Celebration

Clear Talk Wireless (, a no-contract cell phone service provider, announced today its plans for a Fourth of July flag pole commemoration event, which will take place at 1:00pm at 2728 Rosewood Drive, in the parking lot of Capital Karate. The announcement was made by Kevin Corrigan, General Manager for Clear Talk, South Carolina.

Clear Talk has been providing affordable and reliable cell phone and internet service for more than 11years in areas across the country, including California, Colorado, Texas & Tennessee. Their service is now available to Midlands residents. In order to provide coverage to its customers in the Rosewood Drive area, Clear Talk needed a new cell phone tower. The city approved a new tower under the condition that it could not look like a traditional cell phone tower.

“We decided to model our cell phone tower after a flag pole,” said Corrigan. “The quality of coverage will be the same as with a more traditional tower, but this will also serve as a proud landmark for the local community. We are excited to offer our services to the Midlands region, and we invite the public to join us on the Fourth as we raise the flag for the first time in honor of our country and our men and women in service.”

Monday’s event will feature the flag raising, refreshments & phone promotional offerings. Cadets from A.C. Flora Army JROTC will assist in the ceremony.
About Clear Talk:

Clear Talk was founded in 1999 with the principle that Wireless Services should be simple & affordable. Clear Talk delivers on the principle by offering a flat rate plan of unlimited talk, text & web services for $40 a month. Clear Talk has partnered with grocery chain Bi Lo and has representatives in nine midlands locations. In addition, Clear Talk has full service sales and service centers at 616 12th Street in West Columbia and 7546 Garners Ferey Rd, Unit #140-A,Columbia, SC (next to Wal-Mart). A third stand alone full service store will open in downtown Columbia at 2101 Main Street (corner of Elmwood & Main) in July. For more information, visit

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