Tuesday, June 23, 2015

pdvWireless Officially Launches DispatchPlus in Houston

pdvWireless Officially Launches DispatchPlus in Houston

Dallas, Atlanta and Philadelphia Next

WOODLAND PARK, N.J., June 22, 2015 – Pacific DataVision, Inc. d/b/a pdvWireless (NASDAQ:PDVW) announced today that its state-of-the-art, two-way radio solution, DispatchPlus, is now commercially available in the Houston market from authorized dealers.

DispatchPlus is a next-generation push-to-talk solution utilizing state-of-the-art digital two-way radio technology. The solution is integrated with pdvWireless’ proprietary cloud-based mobile resource management solutions including workforce tracking, status mapping and the Company’s patented intelligent call prioritization. DispatchPlus enables communications to be sent simultaneously to one or many recipients, whether the recipient is on pdvWireless’ two-way service, a cellphone or at any email address.

“We are excited to be bringing DispatchPlus to the Houston market and are pleased to report that testing of the network has exceeded our expectations in terms of performance and coverage. Further, for one low monthly price, our service includes not only wide-area push-to-talk but also our cloud-based business solutions. We believe this combination gives us a significant competitive advantage when compared to other commercial two-way radio solutions available in the marketplace,” said John C. Pescatore, Chief Executive Officer of pdvWireless. “By combining high quality, unlimited access to push-to-talk with DispatchPlus’ features and ease of use, customers can achieve substantial benefits and cost-savings, such as increased operational efficiencies and improved productivity.”

Houston is the first market where pdvWireless is commercially offering its DispatchPlus service and, as previously announced, it expects to have three additional markets with sites in service by June 30, 2015. Those markets are expected to be Dallas, Atlanta and Philadelphia. Providing commercial service in Houston is an important milestone in achieving the Company’s goal of becoming the nation’s leading private wireless carrier dedicated to serving dispatch-centric businesses and critical infrastructure companies.

Businesses in Houston interested in DispatchPlus can call 888-828-0738 or email sales@pdvwireless.com for more information and the location of a local authorized DispatchPlus dealer.
 
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About Pacific DataVision d/b/a pdvWireless
Pacific DataVision d/b/a pdvWireless (NASDAQ: PDVW) is a recognized leader in mobile workforce communications and location based solutions that increase the productivity of field-based workers and the efficiency of their dispatch and call center operations. pdvWireless will also be launching the largest private push-to-talk network in major markets throughout the United States. Its patented and industry-validated technology improves team communication and field documentation across a wide array of industries including transportation, distribution, construction, hospitality, waste management and field service. pdvWireless’ Chairman, Brian McAuley and Vice Chairman, Morgan O’Brien, were co-founders of Nextel Communications and have over 60 years of experience in two-way radio operations and FCC regulatory matters.
During the past year the Company’s accomplishments include:
  • Raising approximately $300 million from sales of its common stock to enable the company to pursue its business plan.
  • Acquiring spectrum licenses in the 900 MHz band throughout the United States.
  • Beginning the process of building out its dispatch network.
  • Together with the Enterprise Wireless Alliance, filing a Joint Petition for Rulemaking with the FCC proposing a realignment of a portion of the 900MHz spectrum from narrowband to broadband.
  • Becoming a public reporting company and listing its common stock for trading on The NASDAQ Capital Market under the symbol “PDVW.”
pdvWireless is headquartered in Woodland Park New Jersey. Visit www.pdvwireless.com for more information.
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