The carrier’s PTT service requires customers to sign up for an add-on
Canadian carrier Bell Mobility has just added the Samsung Galaxy S III to the list of supported devices for its PTT application for Android.Launched earlier this year, Bell’s Push-to-Talk service requires customers to sign up for a special $15/month add-on (Unlimited Canada-wide Push-to-Talk).
Bell’s PTT application was only compatible with BlackBerry Curve 9360, BlackBerry Bold 9900 and Samsung Galaxy S II at launch.
However, starting today, Samsung Galaxy S III owners will be able to download and install Bell Push-to-talk application via Google Play store.
The application enables users to connect to one or multiple contacts while using email or web browsing. Check it out here.
According to MobileSyrup, Bell is still on track to release its PTT LTE network in mid-2013, but the launch date is still subject to change.