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  1. #1
    Tony
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    At home I get a rubbish signal from vodafone (and most other sp's) and
    consequently am loosing unused minutes by using my land line.

    I reckon by putting the phone by the window, in the upstairs box room,
    attached to a coat hanger with bluetak, etc I will get a few bars and could
    then receive calls via a bt headset.

    But is there any headset that will facilitate making calls without voice
    recognition ('cos my phone don't support v.r.)?

    Thank you.

    PS I have been offered 400(ukp) worth of signal booster but that's a big
    hammer for this problem and would take 1yr+ to pay for itself.





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  2. #2
    ABC
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    Re: Making calls via bluetooth.


    "Tony" <dont.email@me.please> wrote in message
    news:4499512a$0$4383$da0feed9@news.zen.co.uk...
    > At home I get a rubbish signal from vodafone (and most other sp's) and
    > consequently am loosing unused minutes by using my land line.
    >
    > I reckon by putting the phone by the window, in the upstairs box room,
    > attached to a coat hanger with bluetak, etc I will get a few bars and
    > could
    > then receive calls via a bt headset.
    >
    > But is there any headset that will facilitate making calls without voice
    > recognition ('cos my phone don't support v.r.)?
    >
    > Thank you.
    >
    > PS I have been offered 400(ukp) worth of signal booster but that's a big
    > hammer for this problem and would take 1yr+ to pay for itself.
    >
    >

    no





  3. #3
    zacnici
    Guest

    Re: Making calls via bluetooth.

    Tony wrote:
    > At home I get a rubbish signal from vodafone (and most other sp's) and
    > consequently am loosing unused minutes by using my land line.
    >
    > I reckon by putting the phone by the window, in the upstairs box room,
    > attached to a coat hanger with bluetak, etc I will get a few bars and could
    > then receive calls via a bt headset.
    >
    > But is there any headset that will facilitate making calls without voice
    > recognition ('cos my phone don't support v.r.)?


    I think your'e snookered there without VR. Reminds of a time when I was
    in Catterick and the only way I could get a signal was to put my phone
    on a chair and stand that on a desk near the window. Only prob was to
    make or receive calls I alos had to stand on the desk.

    A simpler solution might be your phone, I've had situations where I
    could pick up a signal on my Ericsson PF768 and my wife's nokia was
    showing no bars. Perhaps if you told us what phone you have someone
    could suggest an alternative.

    Regards




  4. #4
    gort
    Guest

    Re: Making calls via bluetooth.

    On Wed, 21 Jun 2006 15:01:03 +0100, Tony wrote:

    > At home I get a rubbish signal from vodafone (and most other sp's) and
    > consequently am loosing unused minutes by using my land line.
    >
    > I reckon by putting the phone by the window, in the upstairs box room,
    > attached to a coat hanger with bluetak, etc I will get a few bars and could
    > then receive calls via a bt headset.


    A cheap phone with an external aerial might be better.

    Dave



  5. #5
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    Re: Making calls via bluetooth.

    Thus spaketh Tony:
    > At home I get a rubbish signal from vodafone (and most other sp's) and
    > consequently am loosing unused minutes by using my land line.
    >


    But gaining an O



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  6. #6
    Tony
    Guest

    Re: Making calls via bluetooth.

    > A simpler solution might be your phone, I've had situations where I
    > could pick up a signal on my Ericsson PF768 and my wife's nokia was
    > showing no bars. Perhaps if you told us what phone you have someone
    > could suggest an alternative.


    The phone is a Sharp 902 that still has a bit to go on it's contract,
    unfortunately.





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