1921 — T-Mobile Hungary launches push to talk over GSM and 3G with Nokia solution

Oct 4, 2005 | Conteúdos Em Ingles

T-Mobile has commercially launched Hungary’s first push to talk service, using a Nokia solution. The service is available in T-Mobile Hungary’s 2G and 3G networks.

With push to talk, people can use their mobile phones like walkie-talkies, communicating with a selected group or with individuals at the push of a button. Both business and private users can benefit from this simple, direct communication. Push to talk is especially suited for cases where users need to communicate occasionally but repeatedly with the same group or individual.

‘We are pleased that T-Mobile Hungary has selected Nokia as the provider of its push to talk service,’ said Robin Lindahl, Vice President, Nokia Networks. ‘In providing the Nokia Push to talk solution to T-Mobile Hungary, we are showing our commitment to introducing new services over 3G as well as GSM, and strengthening our position as a leader in push to talk worldwide .’

The deal is part of an international frame agreement, signed in 2004, under which T-Mobile International, one of the leading mobile communication operators worldwide, has chosen the Nokia Push to talk over Cellular (PoC) network solution.


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