| | Re: home phones via cellular RJ-11
"ps56k" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> We have the usual landline,
> and are now contemplating making the switch
> to Comcast Voice or Vonage.... but this is not about that.
> I was wondering, if there was any effort
> to create a cellular basestation to connect to the house RJ-11 wiring ?
> I don't think the femtocells do this ?
Correct. "Femtocells" are base stations that connect to ETHERNET. If
one's Internet connection is via DSL, it eventually connects to RJ-11
wiring, but not as POTS.
> Yeah, a lot of folks have dropped their landlines,
> and are strictly cellular - even at home.
> But with our various cordless extensions around the house,
> I don't feel like running upstairs to find my cellphone when I'm
> in the basement.
> SO - as another alternative to the landline migration to cable/internet
> was wondering if there was a celluar basestation that could plug into the
> and provide service that way - using the existing home RJ-11 type
Did you try searching for one?