Verizon Push To Talk Plus

Verizon Push To Talk Plus


Verizon's Push to Talk is getting an upgrade with the introduction of Push to Talk Plus (PTT+). With Push to Talk Plus, you get quicker call set up times, lower latency, and more devices to help keep your workforce more efficient than ever.

Verizon's Push To Talk Plus leverages America's largest 4G LTE network to connect your important Push To Talk calls.

PTT+ allows you to instantly connect with 1, 10 or even 250 people.

PTT+ is available on a variety of 4G LTE smartphones.

Users can connect from anywhere using Verizon’s 4G LTE network or over any WiFi network and can maximize their productivity with unmatched features including: instant group calling, robust contact lists, and call alert to get more done, in less time.

Key Features for PTT+:
• Broad cellular network coverage
• Faster speeds
• Better voice quality
• Latest handset models that support 4G LTE
• User Presence (Available, Unavailable, Do Not Disturb)
• Contact Management via device or Web Portal
• Compatibility with existing Verizon PTT subscribers (coming soon)

*Download of the Push To Talk Plus application is FREE, but data charges will apply for the download. Push To Talk Plus service requires a monthly subscription (see My Account or contract for actual pricing).

Recent changes:
• Support for the Kyocera Brigadier
• Application is now capable of supporting PTT accessories
• Minor bug fixes
Add to list
Free
80
4.0
User ratings
68
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
3
File size
3573 kb
Screenshots
Screenshot of Verizon Push To Talk Plus Screenshot of Verizon Push To Talk Plus Screenshot of Verizon Push To Talk Plus Screenshot of Verizon Push To Talk Plus Screenshot of Verizon Push To Talk Plus Screenshot of Verizon Push To Talk Plus
About Verizon Push To Talk Plus
Verizon's Push to Talk is getting an upgrade with the introduction of Push to Talk Plus (PTT+). With Push to Talk Plus, you get quicker call set up times, lower latency, and more devices to help keep your workforce more efficient than ever.

Verizon's Push To Talk Plus leverages America's largest 4G LTE network to connect your important Push To Talk calls.

PTT+ allows you to instantly connect with 1, 10 or even 250 people.

PTT+ is available on a variety of 4G LTE smartphones.

Users can connect from anywhere using Verizon’s 4G LTE network or over any WiFi network and can maximize their productivity with unmatched features including: instant group calling, robust contact lists, and call alert to get more done, in less time.

Key Features for PTT+:
• Broad cellular network coverage
• Faster speeds
• Better voice quality
• Latest handset models that support 4G LTE
• User Presence (Available, Unavailable, Do Not Disturb)
• Contact Management via device or Web Portal
• Compatibility with existing Verizon PTT subscribers (coming soon)

*Download of the Push To Talk Plus application is FREE, but data charges will apply for the download. Push To Talk Plus service requires a monthly subscription (see My Account or contract for actual pricing).

Recent changes:
• Support for the Kyocera Brigadier
• Application is now capable of supporting PTT accessories
• Minor bug fixes

User reviews of Verizon Push To Talk Plus
Write the first review for this app!
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 6, 2014
Old PTT will have to wait Right now it does not work with old PTT. It says compatibility coming soon. So six months free. It might take six months to integrate old. Rep never mentioned promotion. Finally an app but it does not work with job PTT. Why Putt out the app then. Want my money back.
A Google User
Nov 1, 2014
Only for business accounts It would be nice if the service was avaliable for all Verizon custmers. I had PTT years ago with another provider and loved it. Can we get this for the common folk Verizon?
A Google User
Oct 26, 2014
CRAP! Doesn't even work on most phones
A Google User
Oct 15, 2014
Fail vzw ptt Does not activate on droid maxx
A Google User
Sep 26, 2014
Thieves I hate Verizon. . .. they rip people off .. I am uninstalling this app now .. thinking of leaving Verizon too ...