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Teamtalk Launches Rtmax Digital Mobile Radio Service

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Teamtalk Launches Rtmax Digital Mobile Radio Service

TeamTalk is launching RTmax, a new digital mobile radio network designed specifically for commercial users. ``It's a robust, reliable and affordable mobile radio network that will suit the vast majority of New Zealand's businesses on the move'', says TeamTalk General Manager Marketing Kevin Brown.

``RTmax brings the latest in mobile radio technology to New Zealand - a decade or more advanced than anything else in the country. RTmax is a bit like the 3G of the radio world and offers conventional and trunked radio services. It's ideal for businesses looking to transition to digital mobile radio.

``We're the best at what we do because we listen to our customers to understand what they need. We strive to deliver the best deal possible to our customers and we are confident that RTmax will deliver tangible benefits to our commercial users as it is affordable, easy to operate and secure,'' says Mr Brown.

``We expect a big take-up by security guards, traffic wardens and others who need immediate, secure communication with modern features such as GPS backed up by the proven reliability of TeamTalk service.

``TeamTalk has begun the roll out of RTmax in Auckland and that means our customers in the country's busiest city will get the benefits of crystal-clear reception, first.

``We've got an important part to play in keeping the country moving. TeamTalk's robust radio networks and extensive coverage, combined with powerful fleet management and mobile data solutions can make a real difference to the bottom line for businesses on the road,'' says Mr Brown.

RTmax FACTS Improved audio quality and coverage. Selective calling and talk groups. Secure communications. Emergency calls. Status messages. GPS tracking. Radio kill, stun and revive. Radio check function. Telephone calling.

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