CES 2015: VoiceBridge transforms your Mobile Device into a Landline
SwissVoice has announced a new device called the ‘VoiceBox’ at its press event at CES 2015, which allows a user to make and receive calls on their mobile devices using their existing fixed line without additional costs.
Designed for both personal as well as professional use, the device has a box like structure that can connect your landlines to smartphone and tablets. Voice Bridge can connect upto 5 devices to a fixed line. The device should come in real handy in situations where everyone wants to use and share their existing fixed line numbers on several smartphones and tablets in the same house or office. An ideal choice for start ups or SOHO companies as they can easily have a conversation in conference mode.
While away form home, Voice Bridge sends instant notifications to your smartphone of any incoming call courtesy of a feature called ‘Follow Me’. As it can fully integrate your smartphone’s address book, you can call back with the touch of a button from your smartphone.
The device uses PSTN line and acts like a standard PSTN line, so there’s no need to modify the home setup. Meanwhile, there’s also no need for Wi-Fi pairing or setting up a user account. Voice Bridge is failry easy to setup as it comes with a plug and play installation. Users will simply need to plug the voice bridge box to their Wi-Fi Router, download the app from the App Store or Google Play and launch the app on their smartphone or tablet.
VoiceBridge will be launched in the US, South America and Europe in the first quarter of 2015 priced at $99.