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Sprint Says QChat Still On Track

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Jan 2, 2008, 3:58 PM

Goodbye iDEN

This looks like the unofficial, eventual end of the iDEN network to me. Anyone else concur?
Yeah, I concur. I don't really understand the different between iden push to talk, what AT&T offers they're push to talk, or Qchat, they all seem the same to me.
Qchat is Sprint's solution on the FCC'c rule regarding the movement of the iden network. I think the deadline that the FCC gave Sprint to move the iden network is on june 2008. It is also the reason why Sprint has introduced the hybrid phones so that ...
it will very exciting to use these phones. I finally had to switch over to sprint because nextel in my area was just to unreliable. I put my dad on one of the PowerSource phones, as he refuses to do without the direct connect. Finally i'll be able ...

Jan 2, 2008, 3:42 PM


Outstanding! - I can't wait to see these new qchat phones. Anyone think this will revive sprint's PTT? How many Nextel customers are left, like 20 million? I wonder what the new advertising campaign will be like, hopefully not circle drawing ptt commercials. Do anyone have any new picture of the first phones?
(http://www.phonenews.com/content/view/2514/3 2/)
(http://phone-rush.typepad.com/phonerush/2007 /11/pictures-of-lea.html)
Hope these help out, Sorry you have to copy and paste these into your browser, I can't get my computer to insert a link.
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