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Survey: Subscribers Want Their PTT

MarkF

Jun 18, 2004, 4:38 AM
A Strategy Analytics report finds 54 percent of cell phone users surveyed want cordless headsets, while 50 percent want access to push-to-talk (PTT) connectivity.

For full article:

http://www.wirelessweek.com/article/CA426384?spacede ... »
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muchdrama

Jun 18, 2004, 12:59 PM
MarkF said:
A Strategy Analytics report finds 54 percent of cell phone users surveyed want cordless headsets, while 50 percent want access to push-to-talk (PTT) connectivity.

For full article:

http://www.wirelessweek.com/article/CA426384?spacede ... » they want push to talk there's only one viable option right now. Verizon and Sprint don't fit the bill.
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MarkF

Jun 18, 2004, 5:42 PM
muchdrama said:
MarkF said:
A Strategy Analytics report finds 54 percent of cell phone users surveyed want cordless headsets, while 50 percent want access to push-to-talk (PTT) connectivity.

For full article:

http://www.wirelessweek.com/article/CA426384?spacede ... » they want push to talk there's only one viable option right now. Verizon and Sprint don't fit the bill.


Yep....can't add anymore to a very factual statement like that.
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nextel18

Jun 18, 2004, 6:21 PM
speakin of verizon and sprint with the push to talk.. they only have a combined 500k subs for push to talk. since they cant compete with push to talk they are doing mobile to mobile mins, but you have to be in the in coverage area or mobile to mobile coverage area to do it.
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muchdrama

Jun 18, 2004, 6:34 PM
nextel18 said:
speakin of verizon and sprint with the push to talk.. they only have a combined 500k subs for push to talk. since they cant compete with push to talk they are doing mobile to mobile mins, but you have to be in the in coverage area or mobile to mobile coverage area to do it.
Captain Obvious strikes again with information we've already heard.
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USFHETT03

Jun 20, 2004, 3:14 AM
Really, do you have to be in a Nextel coverage area to use PTT?

Sprint has been doing unlimited PCS to PCS for several years. There is no difference between the Sprint PCS network, and Sprint to Sprint minutes network, its all the same. Sprint right now has 275,000 Readylink subscriptions. As soon as Sprint's rate plans begin to include Readylink, instead of charging $10 extra, it will become much more competative.
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