About Wireless Telephone Headsets

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Wireless telephone headsets, also called Bluetooth headsets, allow users to connect to a cell phone wirelessly from an earpiece to be completely hands-free. Use wireless telephone headsets for safer driving with advice from a cell phone salesman in this free video on cellular phones.

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Hi I'm Ben from the Cellphone Broker in San Jose, California. Today I'm going to show you about wireless headsets with your cellphone or you can also use wireless headsets with your computer. A wireless headset is normally called a Bluetooth headset. A Bluetooth device is a wireless device that can connect to your phone and normally has a 33 foot range within connection to your phone. So if you're at one side of your house and your Bluetooth headset is at the other side, you can still keep them connected and still use them to make phone calls. The way the Bluetooth headset works is you pair it directly with your cellphone and then you put it right into your ear. When you get an incoming call, you hit the button right here and it will answer the call and you will have a wireless conversation with the person that you're talking to. So this is completely hands free, it's all wireless right here, I don't have any wires hanging down anywhere and it's a very safe way to drive in the car or be able to continue working on your computer or so on without having to use your hands for your cellphone. Bluetooth headsets are available in all sorts of shapes, sizes and prices. I personally use this Plantronics device because it's very lightweight and it's pretty inexpensive. This one goes for about 149 dollars right now. And the cheaper, lesser expensive range you have the Motorola headsets, these ones go from anywhere between 39.99 up to 99.99 depending upon which model. These are pretty reliable however they do work better with Motorola phones. I'm Ben from the Cellphone Broker in San Jose, check us out online, myspace.com/cellphonebroker.


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