AT&T provides 30 Enhanced Push-To-Talk devices

AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk (EPTT) can be used on more than 30 devices, including tablets, smartphones, rugged flip phones, and Wi-Fi only devices, which is more than any other PTT service.

AT&T offers businesses a larger selection of accessories and devices, more flexibility when migrating from older legacy CDMA push-to-talk systems, and greater control of their workforce with AT&T’s Integrated Dispatch solution. Businesses can expect more devices such as the Samsung Rugby 4, a new Wi-Fi enabled rugged flip phone expected to be available for AT&T EPTT in 2014.

Increasingly, hotels, cruise lines and resorts are choosing AT&T to give their employees a reliable way to communicate. Unlike two-way radios, AT&T can help individuals and groups communicate using a variety of different smartphone and rugged devices. Hospitality companies can connect workers in several different departments such as the concierge, shuttles, housekeeping, maintenance, security and guest services.

AT&T is making it even easier for businesses to migrate to the AT&T solution from legacy CDMA push-to-talk networks. For a limited time, AT&T offers users who migrate to AT&T Enhanced Push-to-Talk will receive a $100 bill credit.

In addition, AT&T and Raytheon are working together to further expand the reach of AT&T EPTT, giving businesses the option to integrate their push to talk solution with traditional Land Mobile Radio (LMR) systems. With this capability, field workers can access AT&T EPTT with a smartphone, rugged device or LMR.

“Whether migrating from CDMA push-to-talk or two-way radios, customers can now tap into the broadest portfolio of field service solutions from AT&T,” said Abhi Ingle, senior vice president, Advanced Solutions, AT&T Business Solutions.

“By offering a wide array of mobile devices, accessories and applications, AT&T EPTT delivers the communications experience the field workers need to get the job done,” added Ingle.

Launched in 2012, AT&T EPTT has been serving businesses in a variety of industries such as transportation, shipping, healthcare, government and education.

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