Your phone is dependent on the mobile network, and they can’t keep you connected when the mobile network is unavailable or unreliable, such as when you are:
Exploring the backcountry: network is unavailable or very sparse coverage.
Traveling abroad: network unreliable or very expensive to use Attending
crowded events: network slow and congested with too many users
Encountering a natural disaster: network service disrupted or completely destroyed
On the other hand, walkie-talkies work anywhere. However, they are:
Bulky and cumbersome: some walkie-talkies literally feel like bricks that you carry around.
Complex and unintuitive: A lot of tuning and setup require before you can use it
Very low-quality audio only: no text, no images, just bad audio, which often leads to miscommunication
The solution: Sonnet. Sonnet is an Off-the-Grid communication device that lets you use your smartphone as a super advanced walkie-talkie that can send:
Sonnet brings the long-range wireless communication of the walkie-talkie to the smartphone. It connects to your smartphone via Wi-Fi, and it will relay any data sent from your phone to other Sonnet devices via the long-range radio wave. This completely removes your smartphones’ dependency on cellular grid and other network infrastructure, and allows it to be used even when you have no cellular connectivity or internet access.