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Would you buy a Wi-Fi router just to use your cell phone indoors? T-Mobile hopes so

17
Sep
2014

Last week, T-Mobile threw another lavish and expletive-filled Uncarrier event to announce it was making Wi-Fi calling more accessible for all of its customers. Part of that strategy involves selling only phones that are capable of making Wi-Fi calls from here out (existing customers are eligible for an early Jump upgrade to get a new phone if they wish) — but the other piece of the strategy is a humble wireless router. Don’t let the name fool you — the Asus-built T-Mobile Personal CellSpot has nothing to do with the company’s cellular network.

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