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Topic # 7958 24-May-2006 17:09
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I'd like to use my Telecom branded Harrier as a Skype phone via wireless connections (at home or out). I thought I would just need to buy any old SDIO Wi-Fi card, however the folks at Expansys said their cards would be no good because of some clash with CDMA phones (like the Harrier). Does this make sense? Any advice on choosing a card - or comments on success with Skype in this way would be appreciated.

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Reply # 36474 24-May-2006 17:20
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Welcome to Geekzone... I never heard of anything like this. Perhaps you should look at Ascent for the Sandisk SDIO WiFi card (they used to have it).





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  Reply # 36475 24-May-2006 17:49
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have seen both sandisk & socket in action on harrier

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