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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 205450 13-Nov-2016 22:52
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Hi all, I am on an unlimited fibre plan and as I don't use my land line very much I am getting it disconnected very soon. I was wondering if there is an app or some way of connecting my android cell phone to my fritz box so that I can still use my cordless DECT home phones to make and receive calls via my cell phone ?



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  Reply # 1670400 14-Nov-2016 05:27
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I highly doubt it. That sounds like a very niche use case.




What you COULD do is get a cheap VOIP subscription from someone like 2talk, and you can make calls via that from the fritzbox and your android phone. I doubt the economics would work out in your favour though, and IME VOIP is pretty sh*t on android anyway.

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  Reply # 1670401 14-Nov-2016 05:30
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Not the fritz.


You can get dect phones with bluetooth in them to do what you want.



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  Reply # 1670668 14-Nov-2016 12:51
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you should be able to use that to get landline calls on your mobile, don't think you'll be able to use your DECT phone to recieve mobile calls though.

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