Monday, September 8, 2003

Charleston.Net: Business: Push-to-talk comes to mobiles 09/08/03

"Push-to-talk could be the biggest upgrade to mobile phones since wireless service first became affordable a decade ago."

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"On Aug. 18, Verizon Wireless became the first mass-market wireless carrier to offer PTT. The only PTT provider previously was Nextel, which mostly aims at business users.

"Three of the four other national wireless carriers are promising PTT soon, Sprint PCS by the end of this year, Cingular Wireless early next year and AT&T Wireless by the middle of next year. Only T-Mobile, for now, is refusing to join the PTT parade."

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