Push to Talk Over Cellular – Client Stories.
With its proven track record in technology diversity, Radiocoms Systems Ltd is leading the way with the deployment of Push to talk over cellular / Broadband push to talk devices and apps across various verticals.
Julie Lewis, Account Manager Radiocoms Systems Ltd, commented, “Radiocoms’ believe that communication solutions are more effective when they align with our client’s business model.” She added, “With an independent approach, we offer solutions that give our clients tangible results from their investment— helping them to enhance their service offering by giving their teams the ability to collaborate effectively, therefore raising customer satisfaction.”
Future Proof Technology.
For improved productivity and efficiency, many organisations are adopting POC / BBPTT Push to Talk over Cellular (3G/4G/Wi-Fi networks) which provides instant communication with National and International coverage. A significant advantage of PTT over cellular is the ability for a single person to reach an active talk group at the push of a button; users do not need to make several telephone calls to coordinate with a group. Push to talk cellular calls provide half-duplex communications — while one person transmits, the other(s) receive. This combines the operational advantages of PoC on a single smart device.
The pricing and billing work in the same manner as a mobile phone contract – most PoC platforms allow you to purchase a device and then connect with a SIM card with a specified amount of data usage (x hours of talk time and x Mb of data), often for a fixed fee per annum. Just as with a PMR/DMR two-way radio network, it is important to carefully plan your fleet management requirements and consider the range of applications (such as types of alarm) you would like the service to support. PoC can also turn your android device into a professional digital two-way radio with international reach and offers an expansive array of real-time pre-emptive priority calling and integrated emergency calls