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    Any BT Headsets that can redial last number dialed?

    ok I have a Logitech Mobile Freedom, great headset and all but I would really like to be able to dial handsfree without touching the phone. I get free voice command on my plan and I was thinking if I could get a headset that when I pushed the button it would redial the last number dialed, and since voice command is * then when I pushed the button on the headset then it would just connect to sprints voice command and I could dial. \

    So the question is are there any headsets that can redial?

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    Plantronics M3000 will redial the last number called with two taps on the button. Don't know if this will work with your scheme as I am on VZW and never utilized SPCS Voice Dial when I was with them.

    M3000 is dirt cheap and works pretty well for me. Might be worth a shot.

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    The Motorola BT820 will redial the last number when I hold the button for about 2-3 seconds.

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    excellent, I'll be getting one of those, its really cool because if I just press * then the phoen call button it dials into Sprints Voice command which has excellent recognition for even foreign languages. Thanks alot. Do the plantronic m30000 or 820 have any BT problems with the 6600?

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    Plantronics M3500 also works on my XV6600. Two taps. Even works when the phone is asleep.
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    The Jabra BT800 allows you to dial any of the last 10 calls. It works but can be a little qwerky. I have been useing it for months and havent had any real problems with it after i got used to it.

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    The Sony HBH-660 does, as well as the Jabra BT800. These both have LCD screens too!
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    Any bluetooth headset with handsfree profile should let you redial last number.

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    Originally posted by hodula1
    Any bluetooth headset with handsfree profile should let you redial last number.
    the logitech has handsfee and headset profiles and DOES NOT let you do this. At least with the PPC 6600 it doesnt. I have not tried it with other BT cellphones but i have tried it with 2 different PPC 6600 devices and it DOES NOT WORK

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    BetaMan, how to you manage to do this on the HBH-660? I havent been able to get mine to do this?
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    BetaMan, I thought I knew all the tricks on my HBH-660 (apparently I do not). How do you get redial to work?
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    My moto HS850 does with a long press of the multi function button.

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