nextel18 and Flarion
AT&T thowing in the flag on PTT deployment
Now only if Verizon and Sprint would do the same.
Boy it's sure quiet in here
they have lines and pipes i guess, it lookes like that, throughout the map .. does anyone know what those could be becuase they seem to go north east west south .. does anyone know what they are?
Wednesday April 28, 8:24 pm ET
NEW YORK, April 28 (Reuters) - Nextel Communications Inc. (NasdaqNM:NXTL - News) said on Wednesday it has begun testing a more flexible way of charging for its mobile phone services with an aim to keep existing customers and attract new subscribers.
Reston, Virginia-based Nextel is letting customers who talk for more time than allowed in their monthly service plans, automatically upgrade to a costlier plan with more minutes -- in a small number of markets, Nextel spokeswoman Audrey Schaefer said.
This option means that talkative customers would pay a set amount extra if they go over the agreed minutes and avoid the unpredictab...
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Coverage in Palm Beach County Florida (zip 33418)
Does anyone know how well Nextel does in South FL? Im moving there from Southern Cali and want to make sure my cell is going to have decent coverage.
looks like att wireless changed their minds
AT&T Wireless Reconsiders Nokia PTT Solution
Yesterday, 2:12 PM source: TheStreet.com
In a conference call with analysts Friday, AT&T Wireless executives said there had been "a change of plan" in the company's efforts to launch Push-To-Talk (PTT) walkie-talkie service. The company had previously committed to deploying "pre-standard" PoC technology from Nokia. AT&T Wireless executives said they would now delay their PTT project indefinitely, instead working with other carriers (presumably Cingular) to agree on a common platform. Nokia's technology differs from the PoC proposal backed by Ericsson, Motorola and Siemens. The OMA standards grou...
Does anyone have pics of the i860?
i205 big Question?
new phones.. if anyone can find some more phones on the fcc site share to us please.
idc and other things
ATLANTA - Nextel Communications Inc. isn't waiting for more mobile operators to roll out would-be competitors to Direct Connect, the pioneering "push-to-talk" service that lets subscribers talk instantly to friends and associates. It's charging ahead to extend that service and its capabilities.
Plans include expanding the service internationally through its Nextel Worldwide service, adding data services to it and linking the QChat system for CDMA (Code Division Multiple Access) and Wideband CDMA (WCDMA) to Nextel's iDEN network, Nextel executives said at a press briefing in Atlanta on the eve of the CTIA Wireless trade show.
Direct Connect is set to hit the streets th...
good thing to have
Nextel pushes new 'push to talk' features
Last modified: March 17, 2004, 5:29 PM PST
By Ben Charny
Staff Writer, CNET News.com
Nextel Communications wants its popular walkie-talkie cell phone feature to work when a wireless network isn't available, a move that could give it a leg up on carriers that offer similar so-called push-to-talk technology.
At an investor conference Wednesday, Nextel Chief Executive Tim Donahue described the new service as an "off-network push to talk" with a much shorter range than the company's current nationwide DirectConnect push-to-talk service.
Nextel equipment supplier Motorola developed the technology for the new service, which relie...
1.Nextel will be coming out with 6 new phones through out the year 3 bar (simular to the i205) and 3 flip
2. New phone release in May, either the i860 or i830 (correct me if I'm wrong)
3. according to my sources the i930 will have a unlimited capacity phone book, since it will be web based
4. Nextel will lunch a new picture messaging service that will enable a person to send picture with direct connect. (Kind of like Sprint picture mail that talks)
correct any info.
FCC Endorses NEXTEL Band Swap Plan
New Nextel Phones
what was nextel thinking?
Screw the new phones...!
NEXTEL Flarion outperforms CDMA2000 1x EV-DO
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