CEO Marc Seelenfreund on Siyata Mobile leading the way in Commercial Vehicle Communications Devices

“We have been working for past two years to launch at US carriers. We launched at Bell at the end of last year. This is a very long process and very few companies are able to actually achieve device approvals at the US carriers. We actually  got our first purchase order from one of the largest carriers in the United States to do a trial with one of their leading customers and that was the PR that we put out. We are going to be launching our product with AT&T, its already a public information that was part of the PR that we put out. We are going to launching both with AT&T Network and also with the First Responders Network, the FirstNet. Between the two of those it is a multibillion-dollar opportunity for us…” States Marc Seelenfreund, CEO and Chairman of Siyata Mobile Inc. (TSXV: SIM | OTCQX: SYATF), in an interview with InvestorIntel’s Tracy Weslosky.

Marc went on to discuss their goal to work with the two largest US cellular carriers this year and a noticeable increase in US based investors. Marc also discusses their Uniden® UV350 fleet communication device, and how Siyata is one of the only companies to develop and sell a smart phone that is dedicated to commercial vehicles, targeting a market of over 13 million commercial vehicles in North America alone.

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