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    T-Mobile rolling out Wi-Fi calling for corporate BlackBerry users

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    T-Mobile is set to begin offering corporate customers the ability to use BlackBerry devices to make calls over office Wi-Fi connections without using up cell plan minutes. Calls initiated via office Wi-Fi would automatically switch over to T-Mobile’s network when the caller left the office, too.

    T-Mobile is positioning the offering as a way for businesses to ditch their landlines altogether in an effort to save money. However, T-Mobile “will charge a flat monthly fee on top of cellular rates,” according to Reuters. The fee will vary based on the number of users.

    The service is similar to network-extending devices offered from Sprint, AT&T, and Verizon, although those companies sell hardware boxes that extend cellular coverage using a customer’s home broadband connection, while T-Mobile’s offering would work with standard wireless routers.

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    Nothing really new here is there?
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    I love the UMA on the 8900. Every office I work out of has wifi, so now I cut the amount of minutes I use during the day in half. I hope they put this feature in every blackberry that is released on their network from now on.
    Looking forward to the 9700. 3G plus UMA, talk about a treat....
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