Verizon Wireless today announced that Push to Talk will be available for the BlackBerry Tour 9630 smartphone on March 30. It will be available for both BlackBerry Internet Service and BlackBerry Enterprise Server customers using the BlackBerry Tour smartphone. To read our review of the BlackBerry Tour visit: http://www.mobiletechreview.com/phones/BlackBerry-Tour.htm
Once Push to Talk is added to their service plans, customers can download the application from the Application Center or through VZStart on their handsets. The convenience key on the left side of the device will automatically become the Push to Talk button when the application is downloaded.
Verizon Wireless offers a number of Push to Talk phones, including the CASIO G?zOne Rock, CASIO G?zOne Brigade, Samsung Convoy and Motorola Barrage. Push to Talk provides instant two-way communication for field workers in industries ranging from construction to public safety and offers the following benefits:
* Communicate with one person or a team with the push of a button * Initiate and participate in group calls with up to 50 participants * Check colleagues? availability for a Push to Talk call with the Presence feature * A single device and phone number for both Push to Talk and voice calls * Online contact management tool for the entire organization
Starting March 30, Verizon Wireless will offer a 90-day promotion for free Push to Talk service when customers activate a qualifying voice plan and BlackBerry data plan.
For more information about Verizon Wireless products and services for business, visit www.verizonwireless.com or contact a Verizon Wireless Business Sales Representative at 1-800-VZW-4BIZ.