WHP Ships Cellsocket Wireline-Replacement Device

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January 1, 2005

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WHP Ships Cellsocket Wireline-Replacement Device

WHP Wireless Inc. is shipping its Cellsocket cellular phone accessory. The device lets users connect to corded or cordless phones, allowing them to make and receive calls from their home or office phones while using cellular service. Cellsocket is available through wholesale distributors.

WHP’s Cellsocket lets users forgo local telephone service by plugging into a wall jack and relying solely on a wireless subscription.

“Today, cellular service is affordable enough to allow users to treat their cellular phone as a replacement for their long-distance carrier or even to replace their regular phone line,” says Nancy Juarbe, marketing director at WHP Wireless. “With Cellsocket, users can make the most of the great deals available from cellular phone carriers, such as free nights and weekend minutes, rollover minutes or free long-distance.”

Cellsocket can be used as a secondary line or as a replacement to local telephone service. On a two-line phone system, Cellsocket allows users to create a dedicated cell phone line on the second line, while maintaining wireline service on the first line. Users also can opt to disconnect local phone service and just use Cellsocket by plugging it into a wall jack. Cellsocket features an external antenna that WHP says boosts a cell phone’s signal by at least two bars, and a built-charger that works even while users are on the phone.

Cellsocket is compatible with all Motorola V120, V60 and T720 cell phones. The device includes an antenna, a six-inch telephone cord and a power source.

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