Art Alexion on 15 Feb 2009 13:29:37 -0800

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[PLUG] OT: VoIP through Sprint

Sprint is selling this appliance called an Airwave.  It looks like a 
wireless AP, and plugs into your internet router.  It is like a personal 
tower for your cell phones, and carries the signal as VoIP.  It is being 
marketed as a landline replacement.  Costs $100 to buy and $5/month to 
use if you are using your cellular minutes.  If you want the VoIP calls 
to be unlimited, you pay an additional $20/month.

I have heard they work really well.  Most calls I want these days come 
into my cell phone.  Reception in my house is inconsistent.  Anyone have 
any real world experience with these?

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