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Sprint Lets More Smartphones Use PTT App

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Feb 3, 2014, 11:16 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Sprint today expanded the number of handsets that are able to take advantage of its Direct Connect push-to-talk service. Sprint offers the service through a dedicated application called Direct Connect Now. Beginning today, the Samsung Galaxy S4 and Note 3, the LG G2, G Flex, and Optimus F3, and the Kyocera Hydro Edge can all download the Direct Connect Now app from the Google Play Store and use it for PTT calls. Sprint plans to add more devices, including the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, Galaxy Mega, and GS4 with Sprint Spark, soon. Sprint says its Direct Connect Now app has been updated with a new user interface, and it is now interoperable with older Sprint Direct Connect phones. The app also has TeamDC and opt-in TeamDC closed group calling; call alerts to notify others you want to talk; displays contact image for speaker; syncs contacts with device address book; and lets users create favorite Direct Connect contacts. The app and service are free to download for most LTE 4G phones, though Sprint charges $5 per month for some handsets.


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Feb 4, 2014, 3:44 PM

PTT is dead

this is another reason why sprint is stupid. nobody wants PTT. text messaging killed PTT. you've got that odd customer base that wants it, guess what? there are apps out there for it already.

know when to dip out sprint and focus your time and money elsewhere. like ON THE NETWORK
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