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Xtreme Technologies Xlink BT Bluetooth Gateway - Black

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  • Answer cell phone calls on home telephones
  • Connects up to three cell phones to regular home telephones
  • Wireless - when cell phones are placed within range, the XLink automatically connects to them
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Technical Details

  • Size (LWH): 4.8 inches, 2 inches, 8.1 inches
  • Weight: 5.12 ounces
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Product Description

Ditch your land line service with the XLink BT Bluetooth Device, without losing the use of your corded or cordless phone systems at home or in your office. All cell phones with Bluetooth wireless technology will work with XLink.
The XLink family of products make it possible to send and receive cell phone calls using regular telephones. No more searching for your cell phones - just use regular phones at home or in the office.
Use your cell phone's service plan from the comfort and convenience of your home phones. Take advantage of carry-over minutes, free nights and weekends, mobile to mobile, unlimited calling plans and free long distance from our cell phone service provider.
The XLink does not have a monthly or annual fee. All calls are placed using your cell phone's plan. No new number or contract is necessary.
The XLink works with existing wired and wireless phones. No new equipment is needed.
Many homes and offices have dead spots. The XLink allows you to keep your cell phone in a location with good reception. Calls can then be made from anywhere in the home on your existing home phone equipment.
The XLink can simultaneously connect to three different cell phones - one for each family member. As many standard telephones as desired can be plugged into the back of the XLink. Whenever any of the connected cell phones ring, all the standard telephones ring as well.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 4.8 x 2 x 8.1 inches ; 5.1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 11.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B00135XU7Q
  • Item model number: BT
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (448 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

Connects to my cell phone easily by bluetooth. transmits incoming calls so I can answer them on my old landline phones.
NP from NE
Just plut it in, hook up your cordless answering machine and extensions and connect by bluetooth to a cell phone (up to 3) and you are good to go.
Amazon Customer
I'm not sure if it's just a problem with my parents LG phones, or if its something else entirely, but this thing never worked correctly.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

297 of 305 people found the following review helpful By Robert G. Thibodeau on August 30, 2009
I heard about the Xlink on the Daily Giz Whiz podcast with Leo LaPorte and Dick DeBartolo ( [...] ) The concept intrigued me, and seemed very timely as by wife and I had been talking about disconnecting our home phone line. Note that I got the standard Xlink version. As I understand it, this version is meant to be used an a home phone lines THAT ARE NOT CONNECTED TO THE OUTSIDE PHONE SYSTEM. The "N" version is made for that purpose. We had just canceled our home phone service since it had been out for a week and the provider was unresponsive. I went out side to the telephone junction box and unplugged my home phone lines from the outside service lines. Not difficult, but many people may not know how to to this. The safe way is to get the N version, which is just a little bit more expensive.

I checked out the product on line, and based on generally positive reviews, ordered the product. To my amazement the product arrived the next day. And I only paid for regular 3- 5 day service. I had ordered early enough the previous day that it shipped the same day from a local warehouse. We're off to a good start. If this thing works "as advertised" this will be great.

The product set up was dummy proof. The first thing they want you to do is to upgrade the firmware. It is probably a good idea, but my unit turned out to be up to date. The procedure was simple none the less. A disk is in the box, and you just pop it into your Windows PC. I can't remember if they had a Mac version, and if not that might be a minor problem. However, as I mentioned, my unit arrived with the most recent firmware version.

Anyway, a small program installed and told me what to do. 1 plug in a standard USB cord to the unit and the PC. Now here is the first problem.
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114 of 118 people found the following review helpful By gf on April 29, 2009
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My wife and I got rid of the VoIP service we had since everyone calls our cell phones anyway. But in the new house, there's always quirky spots (my signal is good at my desk, but my new cell phone doesn't realize I answered the call -wierd). And some people reading this may have dead zones. Enter the Xlink.

I read about the Panasonic KX-TH1212B in Consumer Reports and saw how they liked it, and I always like Panasonic products. But reading some of the reviews online here, I questioned if I may also experience issues. I then read about the Dock-n-Talk, or whatever it's called, and a GE bluetooth link, but everyone kept swearing by the Xlink.

The Xlink worked right out of the box. I put the box at the cell phone chargers, where cell signal is perfect and issue free. I plugged it up to my Panasonic cordless phones (I call them networked - where you have one plugged into jack and others one their charger but not plugged in wall throughout the house), and there have been no issues.

When you have the cell phone past the 10ft range from box instructed, you will get some static. Easy solution - move the cell phone into range. I liked that I read you could plug up the box and firmware upgrade at no charge for future cell models.

On my cordless handsets, I have numbers programmed, and the handset speaks those names. If an unrecognized call comes in, then it shows up as 'Xlink BT', but I have no issue with that. I bought this fron ANTonline through Amazon, and have had nothing but good things to say.
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75 of 84 people found the following review helpful By Katie on November 15, 2009
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I bought this item in order to replace a landline. We ported the number to a cell phone, hooked it up to the xlink, and the cell phone and the xlink are now sitting on my kitchen counter. The xlink is connected to a phone base, which hooks up to three cordless phones throughout the house.

Pros: easy setup
works as intended

Cons: Line is scratchy and hard to hear (and our other cell phones work fine throughout the house, and don't have this problem)
Numbers no longer show up on our cordless phones- just Xlink

Overall, I'd say it does what I want it to, but I'm really disappointed that the line is so scratchy and hard to hear.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By DIYer Extraordinaire on May 4, 2009
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As the previous review described, if your home phones (hard wired or cordless) have Caller ID, it will say XLink BT instead of the name and shows the number of the caller. Perhaps in a future software upgrade it will include the caller's name.

Setup was easy. Hold the button down till it flashes, use your cell phone's Bluetooth pairing function to find the XLink Gateway, then select it. My iPhone was the easiest. My wife's Pantech Breeze, was a little more difficult to navigate the menus, but linked up once I figured out how to do it.

You can easily disconnect your land line service at the Network Interface (box) outside your house (if your phone company doesn't) and just plug it into the wall.

You can then answer or make calls from either your cell or home phones. It defaults to calling out on line 1, but you can override this, if desired. We have a family plan, so it doesn't matter.

This originally listed for $169, but due to competition, it is now under $100. Get one while they are in stock. It's the best-kept secret in the Cellular world. Get the convenience of a land line, with the portability of wireless with a one-time investment. Highly recommended.

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