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Old 07-13-2006, 10:51 AM
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Telephone Professional

I have a bit tricky problem to solve with my phone and would appreciate any input towards the solution. Just recently I bought X5 black with beige leather and love it. Since I it was love from the first sight I overlooked some details. In the car I have something what is called Telephone Professional but after I bought the car I noticed that the hand piece is missing. I live in Germany so I went to the nearest dealer to find out how much for missing part? I was quoted around 330 for the hannd piece. It seems to me very high price since the part is not doing very much, I have a slot for SIM card and when I put my SIM card telephone is working OK with things which it suposed to work like hads free calls and display on the monitor etc. Now if I had to SIM card one for the mobile and one for car there would be no problem. But the provider with which I am has got no provision for two SIM cards with the same number. I could of course channge the SIM card from my mobile to car slot every time I drive but that would be a pain. Since I always wanted Bluetooth telephone connection I thought of fitting one and found out that accesories catalogue says about 600 for everything, but when I talked to dealer they told me that it would cost much more (2000) since they have to rip all the stuff connected with Telephone Professional and replace it with stuff required for the Bluetooth connection. I don't know whom to believe but it seems to me that most of the cabling is there already and change over shoud be much cheaper than that. Any ideas?
All your help is greatly appreciated
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Old 07-13-2006, 05:30 PM
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Visit www.bimmernav.com. There you will find a most excellent Blueooth solution for relatively low cost. The dealer quote is way too high.
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