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    Can't get to the full article, unfortunately.

    From within
    http://www.wow-com.com/news/daily_ne...1360&type=html

    Sprint May Join Push-To-Talk Race
    Sprint is considering launching push-to-talk products in the fourth
    quarter. The company is currently in discussions with national
    partners to introduce multiple push-to-talk products. (Source: Dow
    Jones Newswires)

    Perhaps someone with more details can post!



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    Re: Sprint considers multiple push-to-talk products

    On Thu, 02 Oct 2003 15:49:25 -0500, [email protected] wrote:

    >Can't get to the full article, unfortunately.
    >
    >From within
    >http://www.wow-com.com/news/daily_ne...1360&type=html
    >
    >Sprint May Join Push-To-Talk Race
    >Sprint is considering launching push-to-talk products in the fourth
    >quarter. The company is currently in discussions with national
    >partners to introduce multiple push-to-talk products. (Source: Dow
    >Jones Newswires)
    >
    >Perhaps someone with more details can post!


    I found slightly more details in my own local newspaper!

    http://www.ljworld.com/section/business/story/147239

    Second story on the page:

    Overland Park

    Sprint hopes to launch push-to-talk products

    Sprint Corp.'s chief executive said Wednesday push-to-talk products
    remained a fourth-quarter opportunity for the company.

    Speaking at a Goldman Sachs conference, Gary Forsee said the Overland
    Park-based company was in talks with several national partners to
    introduce push-to-talk products, which are products that allow
    customers to use wireless phones much like a walkie-talkie device.
    Forsee said Sprint intended to launch multiple devices in conjunction
    with several manufacturers.
    ---
    Scouring the rest of the web:


    http://www.globeandmail.ca/servlet/s...ry/Technology/

    Bell Mobility said earlier this month that it is readying its own
    version of push-to-talk on its CDMA network. The service was the
    subject of a fresh news report yesterday. Bell is working with partner
    Sprint Corp. in the United States, which plans to start the service
    this year.





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