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Diga-Talk Digital Communications Network Offers Three Months of Free Airtime to New Subscribers

JOLIET, Ill., Jan 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Diga-Talk ® has announced a free airtime offer. Diga-Talk users activating new subscriber units starting January 15, 2013 through February 28, 2013 will receive unlimited free airtime on the Diga-Talk network. Each new activated unit during this period will receive three months of unlimited airtime. Some restrictions may apply.

Diga-Talk is an all-digital 2-way communications network built for business. Diga-Talk provides push to talk service throughout the greater Chicagoland region. Diga-Talk is a wide-area, all-digital secure communication network for business. This easy-to-use Diga-Talk unit provides instant communications only to other properly programmed Diga-Talk units. It can be programmed for group calls to talk to all of the Diga-Talk units in an enterprise at the same time and it can also make private one-to-one direct calls.

Diga-Talk began commercial service in November 2009 and has experienced phenomenal growth. Since its beginning the network has continuously grown, providing additional capacity, features, and tower sites with a larger coverage area. Its successful growth can be credited to many factors. Diga-Talk is the only network of its kind blanketing the entire greater Chicago metropolitan area. Many business owners are finding the Diga-Talk network the best choice to replace its cellular push to talk phones and its old analog 2-way radios. Cellular carriers have been struggling to transform and shut down older push to talk services in Chicago, causing great customer dissatisfaction. Company owners are finding the push to talk service provided on the new cellular networks inadequate for their business operations.

Another area of growth has been with companies that operate commercial motor vehicles. The Federal Department of Transportation enacted very strict rules banning cellular phone use in commercial motor vehicles in January 2012. These new laws have heavy fines not only for the driver of a commercial motor vehicle but also for the company owner. Drivers with a CDL driver's license must now adhere to these new rules for cell phone use. The State of Illinois also enacted similar strict laws that ban cellular phone use in commercial motor vehicles and in all vehicles in construction and school zones. This new Illinois law went into effect on January 1, 2013. Many business owners are just now learning about these new laws that have great impact on their company and on their drivers. The Diga-Talk unit is exempt from these laws as it is classified as a 2-way radio.

Diga-Talk with its large coverage area, flat rate billing, secure voice, and programming options make it an easy choice for company owners. Now with the 3-month free airtime offer, Diga-Talk is the best choice for a business owner looking to communicate with his people. The Diga-Talk subscriber units are available not only in permanent mounted vehicle units but also in hand-held portable units. Their durable design will deliver many years of dependable service.

About Diga-Talk ®

Diga-Talk is a wholly owned network of A Beep, LLC. The Diga-Talk name and the Diga-Talk logo are registered trademarks of A Beep, LLC.

Diga-Talk ® subscriber unit utilizes Nexedge NXDN digital technology and equipment distributed by Kenwood U.S.A. Corporation.

A Beep is privately held with its corporate office located at 452 North Chicago Street, Joliet, IL 60432. 888-404-2337

http://www.abeep.com

Find out more information about Diga-Talk at http://www.Diga-Talk.com or contact us at [email protected].

Contact:
Frank B. Anderson
815-740-1780

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SOURCE Diga-Talk

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