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Topic # 104383 17-Jun-2012 14:19 Send private message

Ok you guys will have to think about this one!Is there anything out there yet that enables a cell phone to act as a handset for a fixed line? It seams dumb (while we still have landlines) to have phones scattered around our homes while we carry a perfectly good phone in our pockets most of the time.

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  Reply # 642146 17-Jun-2012 17:19 Send private message

In the traditional PSTN world not really. UMA solutions failed miserably because nobody was interested in the concept.

In the VoIP world, yes. 
 
 

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  Reply # 642156 17-Jun-2012 17:47 Send private message

Can be done relatively easily with VOIP.





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  Reply # 642161 17-Jun-2012 17:50 Send private message

Vodafone has a service called GN on mobile




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  Reply # 642320 18-Jun-2012 07:29 Send private message

I thought it was LN on Mobile.




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  Reply # 642322 18-Jun-2012 07:37 Send private message

Could be LN / GN same thing




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