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  1. #1
    Bryan Anderson
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    My soon-to-be-delivered T610 comes with a free BT headset.
    I also have a work phone which, at the moment, isn't blue
    tooth capable.

    Is it possible to have one headset and 'partner' it to
    two phones, so that if I am in the car and either phone
    goes, I can use the same headset?

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    Bryan Anderson <www.bryananderson.co.uk>



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  2. #2
    John Mason
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    Re: Bluetooth Headsets/Phones


    "Bryan Anderson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > My soon-to-be-delivered T610 comes with a free BT headset.
    > I also have a work phone which, at the moment, isn't blue
    > tooth capable.
    >
    > Is it possible to have one headset and 'partner' it to
    > two phones, so that if I am in the car and either phone
    > goes, I can use the same headset?
    >
    > --
    > Bryan Anderson <www.bryananderson.co.uk>


    I think most headsets will only 'partner' with one phone at a time. Why not
    get a second headset, the Jabra 200 is £35 at Voda shops.





  3. #3
    Bryan Anderson
    Guest

    Re: Bluetooth Headsets/Phones

    On Tuesday, John Mason wrote:

    > I think most headsets will only 'partner' with one phone
    > at a time. Why not get a second headset, the Jabra 200 is
    > £35 at Voda shops.


    'Cos that'll mean wearing one in each ear!

    --
    Bryan Anderson <www.bryananderson.co.uk>



  4. #4
    PhilHips
    Guest

    Re: Bluetooth Headsets/Phones

    John Mason a écrit :

    >
    >
    > I think most headsets will only 'partner' with one phone at a time. Why not
    > get a second headset, the Jabra 200 is £35 at Voda shops.
    >
    >


    Wrong. Both my Plantronics M1000 and my Ericsson HBH-20 pair with my 3
    BT phones and I can answer any phone with only one headset.

    It doesn't work the other way : A phone has to know which headset to
    ring when receiving a call.




  5. #5
    Jason Cothran
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    Re: Bluetooth Headsets/Phones


    "Bryan Anderson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    |
    | My soon-to-be-delivered T610 comes with a free BT headset.
    | I also have a work phone which, at the moment, isn't blue
    | tooth capable.
    |
    | Is it possible to have one headset and 'partner' it to
    | two phones, so that if I am in the car and either phone
    | goes, I can use the same headset?
    |

    Shouldn't be a problem connecting 2+ phones to one headset. If you want to
    connect 2 headsets to one phone, you may have trouble though <wink>.





  6. #6
    John Mason
    Guest

    Re: Bluetooth Headsets/Phones


    "PhilHips" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > John Mason a écrit :
    >
    > >
    > >
    > > I think most headsets will only 'partner' with one phone at a time. Why

    not
    > > get a second headset, the Jabra 200 is £35 at Voda shops.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > Wrong. Both my Plantronics M1000 and my Ericsson HBH-20 pair with my 3
    > BT phones and I can answer any phone with only one headset.
    >
    > It doesn't work the other way : A phone has to know which headset to
    > ring when receiving a call.


    And my BT 100 would only entertain one phone a time.





  7. #7
    Daniel Juhn
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    Re: Bluetooth Headsets/Phones

    so what happens if 2 phones start ringing at once?

    "PhilHips" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > John Mason a écrit :
    >
    > >
    > >
    > > I think most headsets will only 'partner' with one phone at a time. Why

    not
    > > get a second headset, the Jabra 200 is £35 at Voda shops.
    > >
    > >

    >
    > Wrong. Both my Plantronics M1000 and my Ericsson HBH-20 pair with my 3
    > BT phones and I can answer any phone with only one headset.
    >
    > It doesn't work the other way : A phone has to know which headset to
    > ring when receiving a call.
    >






  8. #8
    Jason Cothran
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    Re: Bluetooth Headsets/Phones


    "Daniel Juhn" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    | so what happens if 2 phones start ringing at once?
    |

    The first to signal the headset and 'pair' with it stays with it through out
    the duration of the call.





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