Deutsche Telekom and Nokia have announced a new service that will allow customers to use the same handset to access VoIP services at home and cellular services when they’re on the go. The service, T-One, relies on Nokia’s N80 and E60 models, both of which are GSM phones that support WiFi. Additionally, customers will be able to use the WiFi, rather than cellular, service via T-One hotspots.
This looks a great device. It’ll be interesting to see how cheap the calls are at home over you’re wif-fi and at a hotspot though. But I’m pretty sure it’s where voice will go…VoIP at your and other people buildings and GSM in between.
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