Voxer’s Plan to Merge The Old And New of Mobile Messaging


By Brian Mossop Comment


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Mobile messaging company Voxer wants to combine the “push-to-talk” cellular features once used by carriers such as Nextel, who served the enterprise market in the late ’90s, with other business-centric smartphone capabilities, according to AllThingsD.

The new updates to Voxer will allow consumers and small business owners to get a mobile messaging app that has enterprise capabilities without the associated cost of large scale product solutions. Voxer has made a walkie-talkie app that is available for free on both iOS and Android. Voxer Pro, offers “extreme notifications” and “live interrupt” for chosen contacts that provide context to mobile messages sent from one person to another, or even a group of people for $4.95.

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