Wireless Home Phone / Fax Machine....

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Wireless Home Phone / Fax Machine....

We've just recently hooked up to a Wireless Fido Modem for the main Home Phone....Our Internet is HiSpeed DSL, we have a Canon Wireless Printer which can be setup to do a Fax...Yes or No ?? Can I Send or Receive a Fax through the Fido Modem ??

 

 

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Re: Wireless Fido Modem / Fax Machine....

The Wireless Home Phone service is not compatible with home alarm systems, medical alerts systems, fax machines or our Name Display service.

 

Here are a few more things you should know regarding the Fido Wireless Home Phone service:

 

- The device includes a back-up battery providing you with up to 3 hours of calling if you experience a power outage.

- Up to two phones can be plugged in and used through the Wireless Home Phone device.

- The service is voice-only, meaning it is not possible to use any text messages or data services with it.

- If you get home internet through your current landline (such as dial-up or DSL), you might need to keep your landline service or check with your internet provider about dry loop options.

 

Hope that helps

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Re: Wireless Fido Modem / Fax Machine....

The Wireless Home Phone service is not compatible with home alarm systems, medical alerts systems, fax machines or our Name Display service.

 

Here are a few more things you should know regarding the Fido Wireless Home Phone service:

 

- The device includes a back-up battery providing you with up to 3 hours of calling if you experience a power outage.

- Up to two phones can be plugged in and used through the Wireless Home Phone device.

- The service is voice-only, meaning it is not possible to use any text messages or data services with it.

- If you get home internet through your current landline (such as dial-up or DSL), you might need to keep your landline service or check with your internet provider about dry loop options.

 

Hope that helps



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