Kenya: Orange Introduces Wireless Desktop Phone to the Market
August 28, 2013 Editor 0
[CIO]Orange, has introduced a wireless desktop phone for its customers on its wireless service. The wireless desktop device, the Huawei FP2255, eliminates the need for restrictive wiring, and the need for a wired route to the device. This device also makes use of a standard RUIM card, similar to that found in a wireless mobile phone.
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