From Q-notes, October 21st, 2016
Fest features gay wireless network
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — PrideWinston-Salem was held on Oct. 15 and during the festival it introduced the community to PRIDE Wireless, the first LGBT cellphone company that donates $10, plus up to five percent of service bills back to one’s favorite LGBT charity each month.
PRIDE was created to strengthen the LGBT community and make a difference across the U.S. In North Carolina, the company is offering new subscribers in the state 25 percent off the regular price of monthly service, with half of the savings going directly to N.C. organizations leading the ongoing fight to repeal HB2. And Pride Wireless will continue the discounted service, donating half of each N.C. customer’s savings (that’s 12.5 percent of each month’s service) to Equality North Carolina until HB2 is repealed.