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OHGI: One Horizon Group, Inc.
One Horizon Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: OHGI), a leading carrier-grade VoIP solution for mobile providers and smartphones, today announced that its business-to-consumer (‘B2C’) mobile VoIP application in China, Aishuo, has surpassed 28 million subscriber downloads.
Brian Collins, CEO of One Horizon Group, stated, “We are addressing a high-quality void for mobile consumers, at a low cost, in China. Built on our proprietary VoIP platform, Aishuo allows consumers to talk and SMS application-to-application for free and call or text a landline or mobile phone, home or abroad, for a nominal cost. Because Aishuo consumes 10x less mobile data and 8x less battery life than any other mobile VoIP technology available today, the voice quality is better as compared to other OTT solutions. The application design is sleek, getting started is easy, the functionality is flawless and the payment system seamless. Once a consumer tries it they tell their friends and family which we are really proud of.”
RRRI: Rock Ridge Resources, Inc.
The Board of Directors of Rock Ridge Resources, Inc. (Pinksheets: RRRI) are pleased to announce their 2016 first quarter earnings.
Rock Ridge Resources, Inc. (OTC:RRRI), in an un-audited consolidated statement with its wholly owned subsidiary, Serenity Lodge, Inc., reported Total Income of $3,947,000 and a net income of $2,072,000 for First Quarter ended March 31, 2016. In 2015, first quarter income was $3,920,000 and net income was $2,040,000.
“Serenity Lodge’s admissions increased during the first quarter, compared to our first quarter in 2015,” said Daniel Voorhees, President and CEO of Rock Ridge Resources and Serenity Lodge. “Serenity Lodge continues to improve marketing strategies and exposure to the recovery community and is currently on course to help over 375 men in 2016.”
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