is testing a fixed wireless device that will let customers to use the
PCS wireless network to replace land-lines from their local telco. The
plain-looking box Phonecell SX5T essentially serves as another mobile
phone on your plan, but drops a regular dial tone to devices plugged
into it, so that units like TiVos or fax machines or any other
less-than-modern device that can't get its data exchanged via Ethernet
It's only in five cities right now, but it sounds like a good intermediate step to ditching POTS service entirely.