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N.B.  Existen teléfonos "fijos" que se parecen mucho a los terminales celulares fijos, pero no utilizan frecuencias de GSM y por lo tanto, no hay interferencia. Normalmente, se puede encontrar información sobre la frecuencia que utiliza el teléfono en la parte trasera o debajo de la pila. Asimismo, las antenas son más cortas y cuentan con menos elementos perpendiculares.
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Note: There are other types of fixes terminals that use wireless signals, but not GSM, to communicate, and these don't have any issue when a community GSM network is present. On the under side of the terminal or under the battery it generally says what frequency the phone uses and the directional antennas are usually much shorter that those for GSM.

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N.B.  Existen teléfonos "fijos" que se parecen mucho a los terminales celulares fijos, pero no utilizan frecuencias de GSM y por lo tanto, no hay interferencia. Normalmente, se puede encontrar información sobre la frecuencia que utiliza el teléfono en la parte trasera o debajo de la pila. Asimismo, las antenas son más cortas y cuentan con menos elementos perpendiculares.
TranslationNote: There are other types of fixes terminals that use wireless signals, but not GSM, to communicate, and these don't have any issue when a community GSM network is present. On the under side of the terminal or under the battery it generally says what frequency the phone uses and the directional antennas are usually much shorter that those for GSM.

Note: There are other types of fixes terminals that use wireless signals, but not GSM, to communicate, and these don't have any issue when a community GSM network is present. On the under side of the terminal or under the battery it generally says what frequency the phone uses and the directional antennas are usually much shorter that those for GSM.