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Voice Bridge Transfers Landline Calls to your Smartphone

No more calls on your landline phone!

What is Voice Bridge?

French startup Invoxia that came out with Triby, now invents ‘Voice Bridge’, a unique, smart device that lets you transfer your landline calls to your smartphone or tablet with the help of wi-fi. The product turns your smartphone into second interface for your landline and thus, resembling your cell number. You can also dial numbers through the landline.

Functions of Voice Bridge

Users can make landline calls from their smartphone, but those calls will use up heavy data unless it is connected to Wi-Fi. In such a case what can be done? Not to worry. This iOS app is at your rescue. It passes landline phone calls along and displays them on a smartphone or tablet. Those calls are verified withcell phone’s caller ID and stored contacts. With this, users easily come to know the caller. The setup is easy, all it needs to be hooked into the phone line and at user’s router too.

Takeaways:-

  • Invoxia has come up with a new device called ‘Voice Bridge’, which lets you connects your landline phone to your smartphone or tablet with the help of wi-fi.
  • The product turns your smartphone into second interface for your landline and thus, resembling your cell number.
  • The setup is easy, all it needs to be hooked into phone line and at user’s router too.
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