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Two Way Mobile Radio Internet

Discussion in 'Wireless Posts ONLY (for fun)' started by macleema, Feb 16, 2020.

  1. macleema

    macleema New Member

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    Location:
    bloomington
    My Phone:
    (309) 247-7744
    Wireless Provider(s):
    positionPTT
    Does anybody have any experience with PositionPTT Push To Talk for Two Way Radio Mobile internet service? I remember seeing it mentioned here a while back, but can't find the post.

    I live in a rural area and my only options for internet are pretty much satellite or Two Way Mobile Radio service. Two years ago, Verizon flat out lied about their home internet service to get me to sign up, my contract is finally up.

    Is PositionPTT Two Way Mobile actually Mobile Radio, meaning there is no data caps, no throttling, etc? This would be hooked up to my router and used as whole Mobile Radio services. .

    Maybe someone has a better recommendation?

    PositionPTT – Push To Talk offers all-digital nationwide Push Talk mobile radio (two way radio) network to communicate across the country and around the globe That's not to say it's the cheapest or most deal-friendly Two Way Radio Wifi carrier.
     
  2. palandri

    palandri Former Palm Guy
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    I think I know what you are talking about. The term "PositionPTT" throws me off a bit. I use to work construction and almost every contractor used Nextel PTT phones.

    Sprint bought Nextel and then came out with their own PTT phones. The Sprint PTT phones didn't have any type data cap or throttling that I knew of. I don't think they used internet, but I could be wrong. To use Sprint PTT you had to talk to another person who had a Sprint PTT phone. The Sprint PTT phones didn't seem to have the same coverage as the Nextel phones did.

    I hope that helps.
     

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