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Topic # 7057 15-Mar-2006 10:53
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If you needed/wanted to recive faxes while out of the office how could you do it with Telecom's 027 network?

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Reply # 30758 15-Mar-2006 12:11
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Are you wanting to plug a CDMA data device directly into a fax machine? or are you wanting to use software on a PC such WinFax Pro?




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  Reply # 30763 15-Mar-2006 13:05
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Ideally the user wants to print out faxes straight from a fax machine. (In the field with no landline access)

But are you saying with a T3G data card and Laptop running WinFax Pro can you send and receive faxes?
Then you would have to get a portable printer as well to have hardcopy, what about scanning faxes to send?

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  Reply # 30772 15-Mar-2006 14:52
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Easy - you need a Hantel FWT

Hantel

Available now from Advanced Portable Technology in Wellington



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  Reply # 30777 15-Mar-2006 16:09
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Cool & Thanks, I just called APT and they are still not avaiable for sale just yet.
Maybe in the next few days.

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  Reply # 30921 17-Mar-2006 12:17
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Ahh. Beaten to the reply again!

There some more information about the Hantel unit on our new cdma.co.nz website:

Hantel - Cdma.co.nz




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