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  1. #1
    J B
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    My brother has just bought himself a Tomtom700 for xmas.

    It has bluetooth handsfree mobile phone compatibility.

    He currently uses a NK1100 which suits his needs perfectly on the OVP-Virgin
    tariff (his usual bill is about 3)

    Now he wants a bluetooth compatible phone. I looked on
    http://www.2ndhandmobilephones.co.uk/ and the 6310 is the cheapest, BUT it
    isn't on Tomtom's list of 'compatible phones'.
    I presume that all bluetooth's are compatible, but would like some sort of
    confirmation.

    TIA


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    J B





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  2. #2
    purple pete
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    Re: Bluetooth/Tomtom


    "J B" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > My brother has just bought himself a Tomtom700 for xmas.
    >
    > It has bluetooth handsfree mobile phone compatibility.
    >
    > He currently uses a NK1100 which suits his needs perfectly on the
    > OVP-Virgin tariff (his usual bill is about 3)
    >
    > Now he wants a bluetooth compatible phone. I looked on
    > http://www.2ndhandmobilephones.co.uk/ and the 6310 is the cheapest, BUT it
    > isn't on Tomtom's list of 'compatible phones'.
    > I presume that all bluetooth's are compatible, but would like some sort of
    > confirmation.
    >
    > TIA
    >
    >
    > --
    >
    > J B
    >


    Have a look in the forums at www.mytomtomgo.com under the section for
    "mobile phones" - its possible it may actually work "handsfree" if nothing
    else. Six months after getting my 700 my K750i finally works with my tom
    tom.





  3. #3
    harrogate2
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    Re: Bluetooth/Tomtom


    "J B" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > My brother has just bought himself a Tomtom700 for xmas.
    >
    > It has bluetooth handsfree mobile phone compatibility.
    >
    > He currently uses a NK1100 which suits his needs perfectly on the

    OVP-Virgin
    > tariff (his usual bill is about 3)
    >
    > Now he wants a bluetooth compatible phone. I looked on
    > http://www.2ndhandmobilephones.co.uk/ and the 6310 is the cheapest,

    BUT it
    > isn't on Tomtom's list of 'compatible phones'.
    > I presume that all bluetooth's are compatible, but would like some

    sort of
    > confirmation.
    >
    > TIA
    >
    >
    > --
    >
    > J B
    >
    >


    Chances are because Nokia, in their wisdom, made it obsolete about
    eight months ago.

    Seems it was not only the most popular phone they have ever made -
    adored by business users as it has a 500 directory, so everyone hung
    on to them and Nokia comsequently were loosing out on sales of
    replacements..


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    Woody

    harrogate2 at ntlworld dot com





  4. #4
    J B
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    Re: Bluetooth/Tomtom

    "harrogate2" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > Chances are because Nokia, in their wisdom, made it obsolete about
    > eight months ago.


    Are you saying that it will be compatible, but coz it's no longer available,
    that's why it's not on the list?


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    J B





  5. #5
    Chris P Bacon
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    Re: Bluetooth/Tomtom

    On Sun, 1 Jan 2006 12:01:26 -0000, "J B" <[email protected]> wrote:

    >"harrogate2" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >>
    >> Chances are because Nokia, in their wisdom, made it obsolete about
    >> eight months ago.

    >
    >Are you saying that it will be compatible, but coz it's no longer available,
    >that's why it's not on the list?


    thats probaby correct as its not a 'current' phone however there are
    hundreds in use.


    Chris P Bacon



  6. #6
    harrogate2
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    Re: Bluetooth/Tomtom


    "Chris P Bacon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > On Sun, 1 Jan 2006 12:01:26 -0000, "J B" <[email protected]> wrote:
    >
    > >"harrogate2" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > >news:[email protected]
    > >>
    > >> Chances are because Nokia, in their wisdom, made it obsolete

    about
    > >> eight months ago.

    > >
    > >Are you saying that it will be compatible, but coz it's no longer

    available,
    > >that's why it's not on the list?

    >
    > thats probaby correct as its not a 'current' phone however there are
    > hundreds in use.
    >
    >
    > Chris P Bacon


    One thing: to be certain of full Bluetooth compatibility it will need
    to have V 5.50 software or higher (*#0000# to display.) Most Nokia
    agents can still do the upgrade for a small fee.

    And 'hundreds' in use? Try hundreds of thousands if not millions.


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    Woody

    harrogate2 at ntlworld dot com





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