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In response to the coronavirus pandemic, Austin, TX-based Zello Inc., a push-to-talk voice messaging service that enables collaboration among workers and communities, has announced that its enterprise-grade solution is now available at no cost to first responders – anywhere in the world. The Zello app supports 22 languages. Although first responders already rely on the free version of Zello, the enterprise-level version adds centralized organizational control and audit. This is crucial in the aftermath of a significant event. In addition to the geographical coverage extension, the Zello for First Responder program now includes all enterprise-grade solutions, including location history for all users, facilitated by Google Maps. Additional features include a searchable centralized archive of all communication and a new dispatch communication solution. Visit zello.com/solutions/first-responders/ to learn more.

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