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Alshammari
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WWAN Technology

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ZBOOK WORKSTATION G6
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

I Purchased ZBOOK G6 with WWAN Technology. Can I use this feather for normal call like cellphone ?

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@Alshammari 

 

Given your machine does have WWAN option. You can insert your supported SIM card or even eSIM (if available) to use your machine as a cell phone.

 

Also please check with your provider first to make sure they support the configuration.

 

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banhien
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@Alshammari 

 

Given your machine does have WWAN option. You can insert your supported SIM card or even eSIM (if available) to use your machine as a cell phone.

 

Also please check with your provider first to make sure they support the configuration.

 

Regards.

BH
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delam
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I have a similar issue with an Elitebook 745 G6. It has a WWAN module and an active SIM card. The driver identified it and installed the driver but the device doesn't show up in the device manager. 

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