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My question is: Is there any way to use Tablet as a hands free adapter by Wi-Fi?

With Access point created in the Tablet? "No internet" Device-To-Device lan connection.

For Example: call (smartphone) ---> Internal Forward ---> Skype (smartphone) ---> Wi-Fi (Forward) ---> Skype (tablet)

And the other way around: Skype make call (tablet) ---> Wi-Fi (Forward) ---> Skype (smartphone) ---> Internal Forward ---> Phone call (smartphone).

Offline point-to-point VoIP call over Wi-Fi is possible: How can I make a point-to-point VoIP call over Wifi?

And receiving a call and transfer in the same phone to voip system... Is this possible?

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You might look into Google Voice. I think it will do what you want. – SaintWacko Aug 24 '12 at 12:36
@SaintWacko outside the US? – Izzy Aug 24 '12 at 13:00
I believe it works outside the US. – SaintWacko Aug 24 '12 at 13:08

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