Great Cheapest Hands-free Set Hunt

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  • steeev
    steeev Posts: 336 Forumite
    you can get them in 1 pound shops, hows that for cheap? cant comment on the quality though as i havent tried them myself.

    though the cheapest one going has got to be this DIY kit ;-)

  • carl310166
    carl310166 Posts: 747 Forumite
    I was quoted £220 to have a bluetooth kit supplied and fitted to my car.

    While i was at the shop,i asked how much they would charge if i supply my own,they said £55.

    I did a search on the internet,and found a company called scancom,who could supply a fully intergrated bluetooth kit for £58 +vat.

    I took to the mobile shop,they only charged me £35 because it was so easy to fit.

    For that money,you can't go even mutes the stereo!
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