Why do you keep paying for a landline at home when you and everybody in your family owns a cell phone? One reason is the poor quality of the reception most cell phones get indoors. T-Mobile has introduced a new service called HotSpot@Home that promises to improve your indoor cell-phone reception. Take our quiz and find out how it works.
Question 1 of 15
Why do most people keep a landline at home when they have a cell phone?
Question 2 of 15
Which United States company that provides wireless communication solutions introduced a service called HotSpot@Home in 2007?
Question 3 of 15
How does HotSpot@Home improve cell phone reception at home?
Question 4 of 15
Which type of cell phone do you need to use HotSpot@Home?
Question 5 of 15
With HotSpot@Home you can talk on your cell phone and _____ files at the same time from your computer.
Question 6 of 15
What's the first step when setting up the HotSpot@Home service?
Question 7 of 15
How do you know when your cell phone is connected to the home wireless network?
Question 8 of 15
How does your dual-mode cell phone differ from a regular cell phone?
Question 9 of 15
Can you check e-mail or browse the Internet over a home WiFi network?
Question 10 of 15
Your home WiFi network will "hand off" calls to your cellular network when:
Question 11 of 15
What is the biggest advantage of using HotSpot@Home?
Question 12 of 15
Which type of network connection do you need to make calls with your dual-mode phone?
Question 13 of 15
What is the name of the WiFi network standard used by dual-mode phones?
Question 14 of 15
What is the name of the cellular network used by dual-mode phones?
Question 15 of 15