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Nokia Bluetooth Headsets for Mobile Phone and PDA

Nokia Bluetooth headsets for mobile phones and PDAs are the perfect accessory for talking on your phone easily and comfortably on handsfree. These headsets allow you to work at maximum efficiency as your hands are totally free when speaking.

Types of Nokia Bluetooth headsets

Compatible with a wide range of phones and devices, such as Acer, Apple and Samsung, these Nokia Bluetooth headsets are compact and lightweight to use.

Whether you need to take a call in the car, at home or while you are out and about, these Bluetooth headsets are easy to use. You can switch the headset on and off with a button and also answer or reject a call with the touch of a button.

You can find the right fit and size of ear piece comfortable for you with designs such as earbud, ear-cup and ear-hook Nokia headsets to choose from. The perfect fit will help to block out background noise and deliver high quality sound when you are talking.

In-ear Nokia headsets are the most popular as they offer a much higher quality of sound and block our external noise better.

If you will be using your headset for long conference calls then a moulded earpad insert offers long lasting comfort so you can keep on talking for prolonged periods.

Another important feature to consider is whether you want to charge your headset. There are battery run headsets and also the more traditional plug in and charge headsets.

A convenient feature of some of the Nokia Bluetooth headsets is the functionality of being able to pair both your personal and professional phone to the headset.

Available in a number of colours including black, grey and red you can pick a headset colour to match your own personal style.

About the Nokia Brand

Founded in Finland in 1865, Nokia is a multinational communications and information technology company. From 1998 to 2012, Nokia was the largest vendor of mobile phones in the world, which included some of the early smartphones too.

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