Montréal, QC – Siyata Mobile Inc. (TSX-V:SIM / OTC PINK:SIMFF) (the “Company” or “Siyata”) is pleased to announce the launch of its Uniden® U620 mulitpurpose rugged cellular phone for both mobile industrial users and recreational outdoor consumers.
Rugged phones are celluar devices that are designed to operate reliably in abusive environments and are seeing an increasing global demand in the industrial and recreational markets.
Marking the company’s entrance in the rugged mobile phone category, the Uniden® U620 is the latest addition to its growing portfolio of devices targeting the blue collar mobile industrial markets, as well as innovative mobile solutions for consumers.
The powerful, multi-functional cellular phone by Uniden® is based on an Android operating system, with all the features expected in a ultra-rugged device while supporting leading Push-To-Talk software options for instant communication.
The Uniden® U620 is the perfect mobile device partner for use in agriculture, security, construction, mining, forestry and many other industries the Company already targets with its Uniden(R) connected-vehicle-devices.
Marc Seelenfreund, CEO of Siyata stated, “We are very excited to launch a rugged device which expands our reach into the mobile industrial markets. There is a growing demand for commercial devices specifically used in harsh environments and the U620 is a highly functional rugged device that is able to survive the tough environments that blue collar workers experience. This device is also great for consumers who enjoy recreational outdoor activities, knowing they have a rugged cellular device that they can count on. The rugged device market is a very large opportunity for Siyata and is highly synergistic with our current offerings and distribution channels across the globe. We excited to see this category increase our strong growth going forward.”
For more information and ordering, please visit www.unidencellular.com/u620.html.
Image: Uniden(R) UCP620 Rugged Cellular Device
Siyata Mobile Inc. develops, markets and sells a portfolio of innovative Uniden® cellular devices targeting niche, large-scale commercial vehicle and industrial markets.
The Uniden® UCP100 and UCP200 are the world’s first 3G connected-vehicle-devices, specificially built to be a robust communication platform inside commercial fleets, trucks, military, emergency service vehicles and many other commercial fleets. For more information visit http://www.siyatamobile.ca
The Uniden® 620 is a multi-purpose 3G rugged cellular device able to withstand the tough environments of outdoor mobile industrial use. For more information visit www.unidencellular.com/u620.html
The Uniden® line of cellular boosters, increase cellular coverage in urban, rural and mobile situations to amplify cellular signal for its users. For more information visit http://www.unidencellular.ca
Siyata’s customers include cellular operators, commercial vehicle technology distributors, and fleets of all sizes in Canada, the US, Europe, Australia, and the Middle East. Visit http://www.siyatamobile.com/ to learn more.
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