Sonim Launches Ultra-Rugged XP3plus Flip Phone for Verizon Business Customers

Popular, Affordable Phone Delivers Push-to-Talk and Long Battery Life for Those Who Need Simple, Fast and Reliable Communications

Austin, TX (Sept. 30, 2021) — Sonim Technologies (Nasdaq: SONM) announced today the availability of the XP3plus flip phone for Verizon Business customers, including small/medium business, enterprises and public safety agencies. The new Sonim XP3plus builds on the legacy of its ultra-rugged, and very popular, predecessor, the XP3, to deliver enhanced capabilities for those who work in demanding environments and need simple, fast and reliable voice communications.

With a simple and reliable design, the XP3plus has a larger display, additional programmable buttons to improve productivity, and a new intuitive user interface with dynamic soft keys. A larger battery, strongest in its’ class, offers performance that will last extra shifts. Large, tactile and glove-friendly Push-to-Talk (PTT) and Emergency/SOS buttons offer mistake-free communication when it matters most. The OneTouch PTT button provides instant communications with no need to wake up the device or launch the app like consumer smartphones. For construction, field service, first responders, transportation and logistics workers who are constantly on the go, the XP3plus is compatible with a wide range of industrial-grade accessories including headsets, remote speaker microphones, vehicle mounts and more.

“The new XP3plus ensures clear communication regardless of your work environment whether you are in construction, public safety, security, manufacturing and more,” said John Graff, Sonim Chief Marketing Officer. “Any worker in need of simple and immediate voice communications can benefit from the XP3plus, especially with the preloaded Push-to-Talk Plus application from Verizon, making it easy and efficient to stay connected with field workers.”

This compact flip phone meets Sonim’s Rugged Performance Standards (RPS). Based on more than ten years of feedback from customer usage in the world’s most extreme environments, Sonim Rugged Performance Standards consist of 12 benchmarks of endurance and durability that exceed military durability standards (MIL-STD-810H). The XP3plus is drop proof and waterproof. It can withstand drops from 1.5 meters onto concrete and be submerged in 1.5 meters of water for 30 minutes. Audio quality in Sonim devices is superior and the XP3plus is no exception. The 100dB+ ultra-loud and clear audio speaker with noise-cancellation is loud enough to be heard in the noisiest construction site, manufacturing floor or family gathering. The XP3plus comes with Sonim’s industry-leading 3 year comprehensive warranty that lowers the total cost of ownership for businesses of all sizes.

The XP3plus will be available to Verizon Business customers starting Sept. 30. To learn more, visit Sonim XP3plus.

Verizon data/Push-to-Talk Plus sold separately.


About Sonim Technologies, Inc.
Sonim Technologies is a leading U.S. provider of ultra-rugged mobility solutions designed specifically for task workers physically engaged in their work environments, often in mission-critical roles. The Sonim solution includes ultra-rugged mobile phones, a suite of industrial-grade accessories, and data and workflow applications which are collectively designed to increase worker productivity, communication and safety on the job site. For more information, visit

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