Verizon Wireless Launches National Push to Talk Service

Verizon Wireless today announced the nationwide availability of Verizon Wireless Push to Talk service on Monday, August 18, 2003. Push to talk will allow users to connect directly with other Verizon Wireless Push to Talk users by simply pressing a button on their push to talk capable handset. Currently, Motorola v60p is the phone that supports this feature.

Some of the Verizon Wireless Push to Talk Features:
• Push to Talk Service Plans Available to Fit Every Budget – The monthly access for the America's Choice with Push to Talk plans that include Unlimited One-to-One Push to Talk are:
- $59.99 for 400 Anytime voice minutes
- $69.99 for 500 Anytime voice minutes
- $79.99 for 700 Anytime voice minutes
- $99.99 for 1000 Anytime voice minutes
- $119.99 for 1300 Anytime voice minutes
- $169.99 for 2200 Anytime voice minutes
- $219.99 for 3200 Anytime voice minutes

• Nationwide Availability
• Convenient Self-Provisioning Contact List – Push to Talk customers can talk one-to-one or with groups of up to 10 participants. Creating and organizing Contact Lists is free on the Verizon Wireless Push to Talk Contact Management Web site:
• One Number Convenience – Customers with Push to Talk have only one phone number for both their wireless service and Push to Talk service.

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