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    Default Reccommend me a voice bridge


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    Is that what they are called? Just seen a thing called an inoxia voice bridge. Plugs into the land line and then as if by magic (wifi or mobile signal) then incoming calls on the land line show up on the mobile. I have filthy multiple sheds where phones would last about an hour before getting clogged with rusty dust or I'm right down the garden making something ridiculous.
    Anyway, I'm a bit of a luddite this thing seem simple, but is there any other gadget I should look at?
    https://www.invoxia.com/uk/en/mobile...e/voice-bridge

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    Default Re: Reccommend me a voice bridge

    who uses a landline anymore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Londongal76 View Post
    who uses a landline anymore?
    People selling replacement windows and boilers, people offering to mend my windows computer, delivery drivers who cant find the house, customers, and people who cant get through on the mobile cos the signal is crap. fairly well covered by wifi though.

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