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Topic # 13855 1-Jun-2007 10:37
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Can anyone confirm or deny that xnet will support this phone, it's part of Linksys's range now, and is exactly what we need.

Also - Will xnet think of supporting the new Nokia's with Wifi/VOIP built in like the N95 (from memory)




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  Reply # 73141 1-Jun-2007 13:24
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The WIP 330 is being looked at now, however it's not the best at the moment, as yes we are looking at the N95 :)




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  Reply # 73146 1-Jun-2007 14:55
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What about a DECT IP phone? These would be a much better cordless option for SOHO, as Wifi can be a bit fickle as you get into weaker signal areas.




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  Reply # 73161 1-Jun-2007 18:51
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maverick: The WIP 330 is being looked at now, however it's not the best at the moment, as yes we are looking at the N95 :)


Can you detail whats not so good about it? Does it run the same VOIP stack as the other Linksys products?




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  Reply # 73162 1-Jun-2007 19:00
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a few things actually, wifi drop outs, connection issues, battery life , limited feature support and a few more :( and no it is not the same sip stack sorry




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  Reply # 73163 1-Jun-2007 19:06
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maverick: a few things actually, wifi drop outs, connection issues, battery life , limited feature support and a few more :( and no it is not the same sip stack sorry


Oh - and Price, at $739 RRP Inc GST it's more expensive than a Nokia phone with VOIP and 3G stack!




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