[Hidden-tech] bluetooth headset for "land-line" telephone

Rich rich at on-the-net.com
Wed Sep 9 08:44:41 EDT 2009

Here is an option that I have used with Skype:  Jabra A320,
it's a Blue-tooth USB adapter for your computer,
hence allowing using a blue tooth headset.

Not sure that this is an option that you can use with Vontage,
it depends on if they offer a method to connect to the Vontage line
from your computer.

I should also note the blue tooth only gives you 30 ft from the
base -- easy to go beyond - unlike a regular house portable phone
that allows roaming the house.  I use that with a regular (music style)
headset (the type with a mike of course).

Stacy Kontrabecki wrote:
> What I want to do is use the wireless headset that I own for my mobile 
> phone on my Vonage line at my home office number.
> I see there are consumer bluetooth enabled telephones on the market 
> that allow you to receive incoming calls to your mobile phone at your 
> land line telephone, but they don't seem to do what I'm suggesting, above.
> Since _I already have the bluetooth headset for mobile_ and I also 
> need to replace my home office telephone hardware, thought I'd get 
> something that would work with the headset. Very tired of the wired 
> headsets plugged into the cordless phone (_all my phones at home are 
> cordless_) - hard to move about the office while on a call.
> Any ideas?
> -- 
> Stacy Kontrabecki, MBA
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