Why RETEVIS RT51 PoC Handset Radio?
RETEVIS RT51, as RETEVIS’s new PoC (Push-to-Talk Over Cellular) radio over a 4G/LTE closed network, allows you to communicate without range coverage limits. However, we have cell phone or traditional walkie talkies, why RETEVIS RT51 PoC Handset Radio?
VS Cell phone:
- Firstly, RT51 PoC Handset Radio is more robust and rugged, also portable and convenient to carry.
- Secondly, keep your Work and Life separate with different special lines. More importantly, it’s at a lower cost.
- Finally, especially you need talking with your partners more frequently, it’s more convenient.
VS Traditional Walkie Talkies:
- License free or unlicensed usage for your business: RT51 PoC Handset Radio provides nationwide communication range. Besides, it saves you time and expensive fees to get a license.
- With better crystal clear voice, RT51 PoC Handset Radio as a basic communication tool, is very easy to use.
- Without building repeaters or IP network by yourself, it could reduce the expensive cost of infrastructure and maintenance.
- Using a 4G/LTE closed network system; it’s private without any range limits in your country.
- Even if you’re in multiple sites, even different cities, there’s no effect of your communication at all for your organization.
- Where you couldn’t talk at dead zones with a normal radio system, even it’s reinforced-concrete structure buildings.
- Many users in the system can calls respectively, and you wouldn’t check or wait till the frequency/channel is available, just feel free to talk.
- In case of an emergency, you can break into an on-going call to transmit an important call, it’s “Priority Interrupt Calling”.
- RT51 PoC Handset Radio and PC system, recognizes where your partners and you are clearly.
- Flexible budgeting fees: Only pay a little flexible fees, it’s about 10$ per radio per year, according to your requirements.
If you are looking for regional or national communication tool, then RETEVIS RT51 PoC radio system will be your answer. Any questions about Retevis’s new PoC radio system, feel free to leave your comments here.