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What is a Fixed Wireless Terminal

A Fixed Wireless Terminal is a mobile phone like device that produces a dial tone and allows for the connection of landline type devices such as telephones, fax machines and computers.

Fixed Wireless Terminals take a standard mobile phone sim card and operate over the mobile phone or cellular networks.

The call quality on a Fixed Wireless Terminal is very similar to the clarity of a landline phone and often no difference can be detected.

Fixed Wireless Terminals are often used when a landline connection is not available where voice, fax or internet are required. They can also be connected to a phone system to help reduce the cost of calling mobile phones.

Internet speeds on a Fixed Wireless Terminal are comparable to a DSL connection with speeds up to 7.2mbps achievable.



Fixed Wireless Terminal

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Ericsson W35 3G Fixed Wireless Terminal

  • Voice / IP Fax / Internet - 7.2mbps
  • Tri-band WCDMA (850/1900/2100)
  • Quad band GSM (850/900/1800/1900)
  • RJ11 Interface
  • USB 2.0 Interface
  • Ethernet Port
  • 4 port 10/100 Mbit Router
  • WiFi 802.11

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Australia (Head Office)
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New Zealand

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