Atlanta, GA, December 23, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- WideVision LLC’s line of service offerings in the wireless marketplace grew today with the release of ‘AccessGPS version 1.0’, a free GPS tracking application for Nextel iDEN phones. AccessGPS is the perfect solution to allow companies to track vehicles and/or mobile workers, without incurring any additional costs beyond adding a $10 data plan from Nextel.
WideVision founder and president, Tony Darnell says, “AccessGPS is perfect for construction, transportation, delivery, retail and field service companies - and is even a great solution for parents who want to monitor their children.” The tracking system does not require any additional software to purchase, as users can simply view tracking information from a web browser.
“We are in the business of helping our clients increase profits by managing their wireless spend. Being able to offer a free GPS tracking system is another valuable service offering,” says Darnell. “The system also helps to control costs by insuring adherence to a company’s wireless usage and travel policies.”
AccessGPS offers many, if not most, of the same features as other GPS applications costing as much as $20.00 a month. The system combines satellite technology with the Nextel cellular network to track a cell phone’s location in real-time while providing recorded historical activity that can be accessed 24-hours a day. (www.accessgps.com)
About WideVision LLC
Experience matters. WideVision is a complete wireless life cycle management and software development company located in Suwanee, GA., and was founded in 1997. (www.widevision.com)