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For years the idea of developing a Nationwide PTT service has remained just out of reach for those of us in the 2-way radio business. Large and small radio systems alike have been built out across the country servicing our nations’ dispatching and fleet coordination needs. However, each one of these systems, regardless of their size,has the same Achilles heel, they are restricted to operating only within the footprint of their sites. With Diga-Talk+, that has all changed.

No longer is Nationwide PTT something we are only dreaming about, it’s actually here. Diga-Talk+ enables users to communicate like never before, cross country if needed using the same 2-way radio form factor we are all familiar with. Leveraging the power and stability of the nation’s largest data carriers Diga-Talk+ will keep you in contact with your fleet and offer you flexibility you never thought possible.

Diga-Talk Plus can be used in a number of different fields:

  • School Buses
  • Restaurants
  • Ambulances
  • Hotels
  • Sporting Events
  • Outdoor Events
  • Towing Companies
  • Security
  • Concerts

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