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Xtreme Technology said it was shipping a pair of Bluetooth-to-landline converters.
The XLink BT and BTTN can pair with up to three mobile phones to transfer incoming mobile calls to a home phone handset.
Users can also use their home phone handset to place out-going calls over their mobile network.
The $79 BT is designed for cord cutters who have canceled landline service and are cellular-only.
The BTTN, for $109, supports a traditional landline or VoIP service with an RJ11 jack. It can pair with three mobile phones.
The company is also readying a software upgrade for the Xlink to allow incoming Skype calls to ring a home phone and let users dial their Skype contacts using their home phone.
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