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FAQS about Gadgets

by stevenson28 / March 30, 2010 9:22 PM PDT

For the first time you plug in your gadget, it will install within minutes. The next time you plug it in, you can use it in seconds!

Requirements to get started:

You can use any computer with Windows XP or Vista operating system and broadband, high-speed internet, cable internet, DSL, WiFi or WiMax with your present corded or cordless telephone. Every gadget comes with its own telephone number, and its own "line". You can use multiple gadgets behind one router. You can use gadget with either a regular telephone handset, or with a headset. You can also use both, and switch between the two. Most users find the call quality of gadget to be superior to that of a cellular telephone, and to be comparable to a traditional telephone call. You get a regular telephone number, incoming and outgoing calls, and a host of "regular" features. You can use gadget with your existing telephone as well. Connection time with a gadget call is comparible to a traditional phone call. If you call another gadget user, the connection is almost instantaneous. Gadget relies on power from your computer, as well as a broadband connection, so if your computer has no power then gadget will not function. If your computer has a battery, such as a laptop, and you are using wireless broadband, then gadget will continue to function during a power outage. Your voicemail and call forwarding will work in the event of a power outage.

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