New Orleans - Sprint plans an Android app that will expand the carrier's Direct Connect push-to-talk (PTT) service beyond phones equipped with built-in PTT technology.

During CTIA Wireless 2012, Sprint product development VP Fared Adib said the app, due "soon," would perform similarly to Sprint CDMA phones with a dedicated PTT button.

The app-based PTT service is expected to be fully interoperable with its existing CDMA- and iDEN-based PTT phones.
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New Orleans - Sprint plans an Android app that will expand the carrier's Direct Connect push-to-talk (PTT) service beyond phones equipped with built-in PTT technology.
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