Diga-Talk Touts PTT over Cellular Subscriber Additions
Friday, December 21, 2018 | Comments

Following a product launch in October 2017, Diga-Talk+ said it has activated thousands of subscriber units and developed a solid platform for future growth and innovation.

With the release of its push-to-talk (PTT) over cellular (PoC) offering in mid-2018, Diga-Talk+ said it switched to Long Term Evolution (LTE), leveraging existing carrier networks for its services and coverage.

The carrier announced the LTE-enabled DTP9650 as the counterpart to its DPT9750. Early in the first quarter of 2019, Diga-Talk+ plans to launch two LTE-enabled mobile radios, the DPT8750 and the DTP8900.

"If you aren't constantly innovating and staying ahead of the competition you might as well close your doors,” said Diga-Talk+ General Manager, Michael Ippolito. “We see the way the larger manufacturers are positioning PoC and we believe we can do it faster, cheaper and with a better feature set. We are constantly looking towards the future.”

A year ago, the company announced a nationwide PTT service.

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