AT&T logoWhile the push-to-talk feature might not exactly be a feature designed for the masses, it certainly has its use and its customers. So far Sprint has been offering the service but now it looks like AT&T wants in on the action too, and at the same time probably try to steal some, if not all, the market share away from Sprint. The carrier has announced that they will be trying to woo Sprint’s customers over with their own push-to-talk services, an enhanced version to be specific which according to AT&T, will work with the carrier’s 4G LTE network. The carrier will also be offering several rugged devices that will offer the enhanced push-to-talk feature and according to AT&T’s senior vice president, Chris Hill:

“For workers in industries like construction, manufacturing and public safety, mobile devices that can withstand harsh conditions are essential […] We’re offering AT&T Enhanced PTT on a variety of rugged devices to give our customers the performance and durability they need to get in touch quickly on the job — no matter what conditions they face.”

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