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June 16, 2005

British Telecom is Connecting Cell and Land Line

British TelecomWith a new handset dubbed BT Fusion, telecommunications provider British Telecom claims to be bringing customers the "best of both worlds" with support for both cellular network connectivity outside and broadband land line connections at home or in the office. The handset will be able to switch automatically over to the broadband line if it detects it, and back to the cellular connection when the land line is out of range. Customers planning to take advantage of BT Fusion will need a BT land line as well as a cellular subscription. The land line portion also requires the BT Hub wireless access point, which allows the handset to make the switch through Bluetooth technology.

Posted by Alan Joyce at June 16, 2005 09:18 PM

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