Fixed Wireless Terminal
Avoids the annoyance of having a mobile phone going
hand to hand without control
ZSFWT® can be connected to any regular phone, PBX, fax or computer, for processing cellular calls at a fixed location in your office or home
Fixed Wireless Terminal (See photo) unit price = USD$199
Lead Time: Two (2) to Three (3) weeks depending on stock.
Avoids the annoyance of having a mobile phone going hand to hand without control. ZSFWT® can be connected to any regular phone, PBX, fax or computer, for processing cellular calls at a fixed location in your office or home, with the added features that saves calls information, monitors consumed minutes and can even block up to 200 incoming and outgoing phone numbers.
¿What is a "Fixed Wireless Terminal"?
A Fixed Wireless Terminal (FWT) is best described as a base station mobile phone. It enables connection of landline devices such as a telephone handset, fax machine or computer and transmits using the mobile phone networks. Being completely wireless, a Fixed Wireless Terminal is often used in situations where traditional landline infrastructure is not available. The unit takes any standard mobile device SIM card and sends all calls over the corresponding cellular network, allowing users to make voice calls using an standard and familiar handset.
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