Do you ever feel frustrated because you haven’t used up the free minutes allowed in your mobile phone contract, yet the cost of calls on your landline phones at home are going through the roof as your offspring settle back in the evenings and call up their mates?
Not a pretty scene is it? And it’s often the cause of family strife. Well – it doesn’t have to be like that!
The liGo BlueWave hub allows you to connect your mobile phone to your home phones so that calls made from the home phones can be routed from your mobile phone.
Why would you want to do this? Well your garrulous kids could be using up the free minutes left on your mobile phone, instead of running up your home phone bill. And they wouldn’t have to handle your mobile phone. After all, who wants to hand over a mobile phone to a teenager who might accidentally wipe out important data – or get up to even worse mischief, causing you embarrassment!
It takes only a few minutes to set up the liGo Bluewave . It comes with a RJ11 cable and it has two RJ11 ports. All you need to do is to plug your cordless or corded home phone in, then pair your cell phones using Bluetooth connectivity and all your calls will be routed through your mobile phone.
If you routinely use your mobile phone at home for work, but have a weak signal in some of your rooms, you can put the mobile phone in the area where you get the best reception and then move off with your home phone to wherever you want to work. Obviously an ideal solution would to use cordless phones at home to give you the greatest freedom of movement. In fact, in some domestic situations you might not need a landline at all as the home phone doesn’t even need to be connected to a service provider.
You can connect up to three mobile phones to your home phones. Any call routed through your mobile phones will then ring all your home phones – whether they are upstairs or downstairs you’ll be able to hear the distinctive tones for each mobile number.
Although still relatively new to the UK market the liGo Bluewave is already creating interest and it seems to me that those who do decide to try it could find that it pays for itself in the long run.
For a more in-depth look at the product and company then visit liGo.com/bluewave