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I ha senao 358 and only can get transfer call and I can't call out side line

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Maybe you have bought clones/fakes of Senao 358 from China.

Original Senao 358 is made in R.O.C Taiwan

Hire you can see original Senao 358 : http://senaoservis.com/senao358.htm

Also on this page you can see more info in text : MAKE SURE IT IS ORIGINAL



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Please understand what you are buying.
Original devices are on www.senao.com or www.senaosales.com

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