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What phones wil the h700 work with

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Compatible with Bluetooth v.1.2 enabled phones from Motorola and other manufacturers. Backwards compatible with v1.1 devices.

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Thank you. I called a 1-800 number for tech support but they told me I had to wait 14 days from the date of purchase before they could help me. Your suggestion was right on the money. Thank you.

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