FCC Spills Details on iDEN-Based Motorola QWERTY Phone
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This question comes up many times. IDEN still needs to have an assortment of devices while it is in operation. There are a percentage of subs that do not want to part with the Direct Connect that Nextel is noted for. Many are due for upgrades...
Just kill i-Den already. It's days are numbered.
Because it's the best push to talk on the market? Because millions still use it? Is any of this getting through?