Sprint isn’t the only carrier in the Push to Talk game. In fact, out of the major carriers, T-Mobile is the only one without it. But like Sprint’s iDEN phones, most of their offering come with slow data and limited phone choices. AT&T is following in Sprint’s footsteps however; they are planning on introducing a new PTT service and new devices to go along with it. This time around consumers will have the option of some smartphones! There will be at least five to choose from; more than one made by Samsung. The new Enhanced PTT will start rolling out later this year.
T-Mobile is trying to keep things simple with their upcoming Simply Prepaid. No bells and whistles here. Just talk, text, and some data.