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T-Mobile Trials Hotspot @Home Talk Forever

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Feb 21, 2008, 8:48 AM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Feb 21, 2008, 2:13 PM

T-Mobile has begun trialling HotSpot @Home Talk Forever Home Phone in Seattle and Dallas. The new service will allow T-Mobile subscribers to plug a standard home phone into their T-Mobile routers and get unlimited U.S. calling for an additional $10 per month. Broadband Internet is required, and subscribers will have to replace their existing routers with a new one from T-Mobile that will prioritize traffic through the router. The new router will cost $50 with a two-year contract. In order to qualify, subscribers need a $40 per month single line or a $50 per month family plan. You will be able to switch your existing land line home number to T-Mobile. The service will include nationwide long distance, call waiting, caller ID, 3-way conferencing, voicemail and call forwarding. T-Mobile has not said when the trial will expand to other markets.



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Feb 21, 2008, 9:16 AM

Home Phones

Little by little home phones are becoming extinct everyday, and T-Mo is helping put the nail on the coffin
is already doing this with the airaive in select markets and you don't have to have a special router or a certain plan, and anybody can port their home number...

Feb 24, 2008, 12:07 AM

2 Phones

Went through some training on this, would just like to point out you stick up to (2) sim cards in the special linksys wifi routers, giving you up to 2 phones not just one.

Feb 21, 2008, 4:29 PM

Magic Jack beats this deal in spades!

Look at the phone company at MagicJack.com

You can't beat their deal of unlimited phone service in the USA and Canada for only $20 a year. You could buy six magic jack lines and use them for the same annual cost as this T-Mobile stuff.

I bought one and pluged a Panasonie 5.8 Ghx digital phone network into it and have dial tones on three phones all around this place. I get caller Id and all the neat extrea stuff that T-Moblie is offering. The only thing is Magic Jack will not port any exisiting numbers. You get a new number - Period for each magic jack you buy.

Works for me.
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