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Cell / VoIP via WiFi Dual Mode

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It seems like there is a lot of news regarding seamless mobility between
Cell usage and VoIP via WiFi. Do you thing there is a market for a service
that switches your cell call to WiFO when you enter a hotspot? There seems
to be a lot of issues regarding the transversing between a WiFi network and
a cellular network (billing, security, CODECs, QoS etc.). Do you think
there really a cost savings here? Sounds like a lot of work for something
that might not be that important?

I can see corporations who have large buildings in which cell coverage is
poor to want something like this but it cant be done without the cell
providers? Why wouldn't the cell company just add a new cell tower to
service the large campus as opposed to developing a complicated hand off
between its cell network to a company's WLAN?

I hear a lot of people say they have bad cell coverage in there house, and
that is why dual mode is important, why not have your cell calls forwarded
to your home (when you are home).

It really seems like this a hyped up? Your thoughts?

Best regards!

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