Go as You Like: Combining Land Phones and Mobile Phones

There was a time when people only knew about landline phones served by copper wire at our premises. Then the power of technology presented us with the real passion of communication technology – phone using wireless technology so-called a cell phone. Although these smartphones are not that durable which is why you need to get mobile covers in order to protect them from damage. if you are an iPhone owner then Click here to check out complete collection of iPhone 11 Back Covers at Blackbora that you can use on your device to keep it safe.

A reception system will help us to accept all our wireless calls when a docking station connects the cell phone to it. When you are at home just put your cell phone on the docking station and receive all your calls on a cordless phone, which is another part of that reception system. You can also make your calls over a wireless network through your cordless phone. It can give you the good signal strength and better quality because actual cell phone is not roaming around within the room. You can keep your system at a place within your home where you have the maximum signal strength. While you put your cell phone on charge your cordless device will serve as your cell phone for that period.

Most of the usual cell phones don’t have this extra docking option available. Do we need to throw out our own old mobile and shop for a new mobile set? This is again a financial burden for us. What will happen about all my contacts I stored over the years? Don’t worry! Let’s give a chance to play with your imagination. Bluetooth technology could be a best possible solution.

In 2005 British telecom introduced this bridge of landline and mobile at UK. Their service operates as a cell phone connection outside and automatically switches to an internet based landline service once user enters the home. There was a situation when people slowly moving towards wireless telephone (cell phone) services because of its accessibility and was trying to give up landline, because they don’t need both phone services together. This new combined technology is helping the telephone companies to retain their customers.