VoIP functionality possible with any Bluetooth phone

Tired of racking up all those minutes on your cell phone? Habitually going over your limit every month, resulting in unexpectedly expensive bills? At about the same size as a compact router is the BS-T100V from Clipcomm, a device that essentially transforms an internet signal into Bluetooth. What this means is that you can take your Bluetooth PSTN-capable cell phone, synch it up, and give yourself the full glories of VoIP.

It serves as a wireless VoIP access point, meaning that not only can cell phones latch on, but also Bluetoothy laptops, PDAs, and whatever other communication device you happen to rock. No word on price, but for a closer look, you’ll need to head on over to VoIP/IPTV World 2006.

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