Zello makes push-to-talk service free to first responders

Zello, the world´s most popular push-to-talk service, has announced that its enterprise-grade solution is now available at no cost to first responders, eliminating common challenges related to budget, inter-agency communication and radio coverage, the company said.

The new offering is for non-profit based EMS workers, paramedics, firefighters, police, volunteer groups and more. The company made the announcement today at the 85th Annual APCO Conference, continuing its contribution for reducing barriers when saving lives.

Zello connects millions of people around the world using live voice. Firefighters, EMS personnel, police, 911 dispatchers, search and rescue teams and many others use Zello in both emergency situations and on a routine basis to overcome the many challenges associated with expensive, legacy radio technology.

Zello is the push-to-talk service for communities, teams and businesses worldwide. Millions of Zello workers and users communicate in real-time over any wireless or data network to share updates, connect in emergencies and solve problems. To try Zello for free, visit zello.com/try.