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Stay legal after Dec 1st!!!

Discussion in 'Mobile Phones Forum' started by hornydragon, Nov 23, 2003.

  1. hornydragon

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    Thanks for telling me that. Especially when I have just purchased one for £50 quid from carphone warehouse a few days ok.:mad: :mad:

    Ah well.... it's a really good headset, works really well.

    Stan.
     
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    :rolleyes: :rotfl: LOL Sorry Stan mate I have one too they are great arent they!:hiya:
     
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    Bought a Plantronics M3000 from Dabs three days ago for £49.99 inc vat.

    8 hours talk time instead of 3 from the Jabra, and supports voice dialling, which you need to avoid being arrested.

    It seems to have gone up since then to £54.99, but thats still £25 cheaper than anyone else.
     
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    Jimbo,

    Pressing buttons (for dialling and answering) is allowed as long as the phone is fixed to the vehicle, so if it's in a mount you're ok, you just cannot use a "hand held" phone, either for speaking or dialling.

    It's all in the wording of the law.

    MSN have a neat piece on it, at

    http://cars.msn.co.uk/CarNews/motoristsmobiles/
     
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    Jabra supports voice dialling too. you just press a button (on ear peice) and say the name!
     
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    But only 3 hours talk time.
     
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    True but how long do you intend to be on the phone while driving? I only use mine for long trips or where i might get lost so not a huge issue for me. If i neede one for work daily commute i would get a full car kit much better but specific and £200+
     

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