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From: "Ken Taylor"
Subject: Re: Telephone electronics: routing cellular call
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Date: Thu, 17 Oct 2002 20:48:41 +1300
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"Keith" wrote in message
> This is what I would like to accomplish:
> I carry cell phone #1. I call cell phone #2 which is physically
> connected to a landline. This cell phone #2 picks up and I am able to
> dial out on the landline routing the entire conversation on cell phone
> #1 through the cell phone #2/landline interface.
> Anyone have any clues how to accomplish something like this?
Seriously, why bother? It's not like you'd save much on a Mobile-Fixed call
by going M-M instead and somehow interfacing to the fixed network (setup
time with the cell call up would probably negate the savings anyway).
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