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Canceling Landline? Xlink Connects Cell Phones to Home Phones
      #32748 - 02/24/09 01:42 PM

Canceling land line phone service is a trend that is sweeping across the country, gaining momentum as more and more people realize that they don't need to pay their phone bill to keep a working phone system in the house. Xlink, by Xtreme Technologies is a device that can sync with up to three cell phones simultaneously and sends all of your incoming cellular calls through your home phones without land line service. You can make outgoing calls from the home phones using your cell line. Each of the different phones communicating will produce a different ringtone, and all caller ID will transfer to the home phone as well.

Here is more info on the Xlink products:



The XLink family of products makes it possible to send and receive cell phones calls using regular telephones. No more searching for your cell phones, just use regular phones at home or in the office.

Any cell phone with Bluetooth wireless technology will work with XLINK.

There are two models in the XLink family, the XLink BT and the XLink BTTN. The XLink BT can connect to three cell phones. The XLink BTTN can connect to three cell phones and a regular telephone line or Voice Over IP adapter box.

XLink BT

If you have already abandoned your traditional phone line and currently use one or more cell phones then the BT model is for you. It will connect your cell phones to as many regular telephone sets as you wish. Connect up to THREE cell phones.

XLink BTTN

If you want to connect one or more cell phones to your regular telephones but want to keep your standard telephone service or want to use a VOIP adapter box then the BTTN model is what you need. You can connect up to THREE cell phones to the BTTN model, as well as, one regular telephone input. This input can come from a regular phone line or from a VOIP (internet telephony) box such as Vonage or MagicJack.

For more info visit www.myxlink.com




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