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    Home phone headset

    I bought myself a cheap bluetooth headset so I could talk (legally) whilst i'm driving! Is there anything like this for use at home, means I can talk on the phone whilst wandering round the house, cleaning etc.

    Does anyone know of any phones that have headset options built in, bluetooth etc? Cheapest there is will do!

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    Re: Home phone headset

    emma at work has a wireless headset, when she clicks the button a little arm lifts the reciever switch then pushes it back down when she is done. never noticed it until today..

    http://www.telephoneheadsets.co.uk/t...et-Lifter.html

    http://www.telephoneheadsets.co.uk/h...hone-Headsets/

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    Re: Home phone headset

    Blimey, never knew headsets were so expensive!

    Not too fussed about it answering the phone for me, just for when I'm on hold/doing the dishes etc. I need an extra couple of hours in most days, so anything that can help me knock 2 birds off with one stone works for me!

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