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Sprint is launching Push to Talk (Readylink) this week

tannis

Nov 15, 2003, 10:31 AM
Yes I know we've all waited for it and here it is Sprint PCS has the walkie talkie they call Readylink. It's price by itself is $15/month or if you also subscribe to PCS Vision services it's only $5/month. On the heels of Sprint's 7pm nights and weekends and mobile television the cutting edge is truly here and now.
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kansasdoll20

Nov 18, 2003, 6:28 PM
yay yippee skippie, i guess it would be benificial if everyone bought a walkie talkie phone, of course if all your friends are poor and cant afford the new spiffy walkie talkie phone, i guess you could sit and talk to yourself !!! Rolling Eyes
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Lkuwahara

Nov 28, 2003, 10:30 PM
Sure, it would be wonderful if you could talk to anyone with a ptt, regardless of the carrier, but I guess that is in the future. For now, everyone I work with is on Nextel, can not talk to them with Sprint.
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wldthng842

Dec 5, 2003, 10:06 AM
They need to come out with a cheap PTT phone, something like the motorola Verizon uses (not the same, just similar syle, hopefully not a motorola too.)
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mcfadonna

Dec 5, 2003, 3:44 PM
Yes they do. but they already got the 7200 that would be like a moto. i think better.
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