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Fixed mobile convergence refers to a trend in which the technologies and services of fixed and mobile telephony are fully integrated. The aim is to provide both services with a single phone, which could switch between networks ad hoc. Several industry standardisation activities have been completed in this area such as the Voice call continuity (VCC) specifications defined by the 3GPP. Typically, these services rely on Dual Mode Handsets, where the customers' mobile terminal can support both the wide-area (cellular) access and the local-area technology (for VoIP). Historically (see below) DECT and Bluetooth have been used locally, although there is a clear trend towards WiFi and in the future, WiMax. Implementations of Voice call continuity claim "seamless mobility between VoWiFi and cellular networks" and on mobile handsets are designed using a software voice engine

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