Can I use the WHP in my car / auto / truck ?

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Is there any problems with me using the WHP  (wireless home phone) in my car, if I hook it up to my household voltage power convertor in the car ??  I think it puts up 110v ac...
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Allan, Mobile Master

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I mean, if you provide power and have a phone to bring to connect to it and have a signal i cant see why not?
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It'll work anywhere there is a (Telus) cellphone signal. It should even work for 24 hrs without power, but I've never tested that claim.
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If you did this, why not just get a cell phone?
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BobTheElectrician are you implying that a system that can't even prevent people from porting non-QC numbers onto QC plans has the ability to figure out you are moving around with the wireless home phone?
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BobTheElectrician are you implying that a system that can't even prevent people from porting non-QC numbers onto QC plans has the ability to figure out you are moving around with the wireless home phone?
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I wonder how many decades it will take for this double posting bug to be fixed.
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That's a question for GetSat.
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That's a question for GetSat.