Twice – Nokia has announced that it is responding to Nextel's popular push-to-talk service by shipping equipment that will enable the service on GSM networks next year. Nokia's version of the service will differ slightly from that now used by Nextel - connection times won't be as swift, but users will always be able to tell when other users are online.
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