All the clamor of the new Sprint CDMA service based on Direct Connect is not even a little ', because now the network has finally confirmed it will launch a very limited number of markets next Sunday in the largest expansion in the early arrival 2012. To get things started, however, the network must have a phone or two that are built to Tech, right? Kyocera Duramax will have the honor of being the first phone to work with new plans and will be certified 810G military standard 3.2 megapixel camera clamshell phone, stereo Bluetooth, 2.5mm headphone jack (not a typo) and Dura -grip rubber coating. What about the Kyocera and Motorola DuraCOR Admiral? They are still coming, but Sprint only mentions that both devices are coming out before the end of the year. The sooner the better here, because they have no choice can not be a selling point for a brand new service. The point of the details are on his feet after the break.
3G CDMA-based Sprint, Direct Connect, to extend the push to talk coverage, improve customer data 'of broadband and the ability to enable new features
Kyocera Duramax exclusively by Sprint, Oct. 2 at a price of $ 69.99
OVERLAND PARK, Kansas - September 27, 2011 - Sprint (NYSE: S) today announced the release date of Sunday, October 2nd Sprint Direct Connect ®, the launch of the next generation of push-to-talk of the company introduced push to talk. Sprint Direct Connect will come equipped with high speed characteristics of data, called push-to-talk features, combined robust and reliable, and push-to-talk coverage map expand scheduled for early 2012.
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