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Nokia to have phones like nextel?

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by dent, May 29, 2002.

  1. dent

    dent New Member

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    I was told by somebody that nokia was planning to integrate the 2 way radios into there phones just like nextel? Is this a rumor? If it is why hasnt verizon and those other service providers integrated two way radios into there phones? Are there plans for this on verizon I hope so!
     
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    Actually there are plans to do this on ATT....haven't heard anything on verizon yet.
     
  3. Jack

    Jack Silver Senior Member
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    Dont forget sprint pcs

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    Remember that the phone is only part of that feature. The two way is mainly done by the cell site and the only people that I have heard of tring to do that is Sprint PCS. Lucent has came up with a device that can do it and Sprint is mainly Lucent.. From a good source I heard that they are in the process of trying to get that working...

    I'm not saying that others can't do it but I have only heard of Sprint being close to getting it done....
     
  5. Guest

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    Sprint is actually coming out with the 2 way system this summer (july-august). It will be released with their 3g network and with the other color screen samsungs.
     

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