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Peak PTT Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the range of your PTT radios?

Our radios work anywhere there is cellular coverage, we utilize  national carriers who provide extensive coverage across the United States. 

Can my employees make personal phone calls?

No, the radios are programmed only to communicate with other radios and dispatch computers within your organization.

 Can I see where my employees are located?

Yes, every PTT radio doubles as a GPS tracker, see where your employees are at anytime.

Can I talk to a group of radios, or just to one privately?

Yes.  We can set up an unlimited number of groups (channels) for you to use within your virtual network.  You can also create temporary groups on the fly, as well as select one or more "users" to whom you speak to privately.

What about office communication with field personnel?

We've got you covered.  With our PC dispatch software, you can have one, or multiple dispatchers located in different locations, communicating to your field workers.

Do I have to use my own SIM card?

We provide the entire solution, for a low monthly fee; radios, wireless data, and everything in-between.  When you receive your radios, they will be ready to go.  Turn them on and start talking.

Can my drivers use the radios when driving?

According to DOT rules, walkie-talkies, and two-way radios are allowed.  Furthermore, there is no dialing of phone numbers, and the device is operated by the use of a single button.  

What is the lifetime usage of these PTT radios?

Peak PTT uses the latest technology, currently we are only selling 4G enabled PTT radio devices.  This means, that what you invest in today will last for many many years to come.  Most people are unaware of this little fact, but a Major Telecom provider plans to sunset their 3G network in 2021.  This means that any 3G device will become obsolete on their network.

Is their a panic button on the radios?

Yes, the Peak PTT-84G has a panic button, that when pressed will alert your dispatch center of the alert as well as the location.

 Got more questions, email us for answers!  info@peakptt.com