It was just last week that we noted many employees preferred to use mobile phones to their office phones. Apparently, the folks at Ford took that message to heart and have done a deal with Sprint to replace the office phones of many employees with mobile phones. The article doesn't indicate what kind of role these employees have within the company, though, they do note that the phones will feature push-to-talk functionality -- something soon-to-be-part-of-Sprint Nextel has a lot of experience with, but where Sprint is still a new comer.
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