Pompano Beach, FL, June 05, 2019 –(PR.com)– In 2018 the iconic NEXTEL™ brand was relaunched and reintroduced to the untapped business market by Retrobrands USA LLC and its exclusive licensee NEXTEL Inc. based in Davie, Florida. www.NextelWorldwide.com
The new NEXTEL 2.0 offers an array of high tech handheld and vehicular mounted devices for America’s business community and personal use. Whether it be the popular worldwide Push-To-Talk Over Cellular (POC) functionality, worldwide Push-To-Talk (PTT) with telephone capability, or worldwide Push-To-Talk with telephone & data, GPS based location tracking, or Point of Sale & Mobile workforce productivity, the new NEXTEL™ brand offers the features you need such as PC Dispatch Software, Group Connect & Private Connect Push-to-Talk functionality which can all be incorporated onto existing smartphones, devices and tablets.
“We are thrilled that this beloved American brand with all its new 4G LTE and emerging 5G technologies is once again available to the business community as well as personal use,” says Retrobrands USA LLC Managing Member, Jeffrey Kaplan. “We are hoping to arrange a deal to become Americas 4th Wireless Network. We would love to work with America’s best and exciting technological leaders like Apple, Amazon or Netflix to achieve these goals. Our ultimate plan is to resign the 20 million former NEXTEL™ subscribers who were terminated by Sprint Nextel in 2013. We truly believe that we can grow NEXTEL 2.0 to become a multibillion dollar company in less than 3 years.”
Exclusive NEXTEL™ licensee’s reps, and dealers are doing a great job throughout the USA and are signing up new happy subscribers. Please visit www.NextelIsBack.com to learn more about the new NEXTEL 2.0.
About Sprint Nextel Corporation
In October 2010, as part of the “Network Vision” plan, Sprint CEO Dan Hesse announced the decommissioning of the iDEN network to reduce costs, improve the coverage and performance of the 3G CDMA network and enable Sprint Nextel to focus on 4GLTE technology. Sprint Nextel announced on May 29, 2012, that it will stop marketing iDEN devices in the third quarter of 2012 and that the iDEN network could be completely decommissioned “as early as June 30, 2013.” As of June 5, 2012, Sprint and Boost Mobile ceased offering iDEN devices, removing the devices and their associated service plans from the Sprint and Boost Mobile websites and retail locations. The Nextel national network and Nextel Brand was shut down and abandoned on schedule at 12:01am on June 30, 2013. Subsequently, Softbank removed the NEXTEL brand from the Sprint name. Over 20 million unhappy customers lost their services.
About RetroBrands USA LLC
The mission of RetroBrands USA LLC is to revive “abandoned” consumer iconic brands and to bring them back to the marketplace. NEXTEL Inc. under license, has successfully relaunched the NEXTEL™ brand and are actively seeking dealers and customers. Please visit www.Retrobrands.net to learn more about this unique and successful business model.
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