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I bought this because I was fed up with rubbish Bluetooth kits and it seems to be the nearest thing to the old Nokia 'cark' hands free systems.
It only really makes sense if you can get a duplicate sim otherwise you'll have to take yours out of you're phone every time you get in the car. Orange business services do something called 'single number' which can set the m930 as priority handset, if it's not available it calls the secondary handset (i.e if the m930 is turned off) it will route the cal to you're normal mobile.
Installation was quite straight forward and consisted of routing the microphone ad antenna, and 4 wires, 12v constant, 12v switched, ground and radio mute, Budget for 2 hours labour if getting done at an auto-electrician
The sound quality is great, the best of any car-phone solution I've ever used, no echo whist stationary, and still clear at 80 on the motorway. Feels very solid too.
Everyone wants the latest phone with cameras, internet and GPS. But when Motorola takes you back to basics with a stylish and cheap colour mobile for as low as 50 quid from Carphone Warehouse, it makes you wonder - why spend hundreds of pounds? This is perfect for those who aren't too fussy about how technological their phone needs to be, or even if you just need a spare one in case your super-duper high tech phone with lasers breaks on you or if you lose it. This is one of the most dependable phones I have ever had and its not too far away from being as useful as a phone you would end up paying hundreds for. Although it can only boast holding a radio and colour screen as its features, its ability to call and text are as good - if not better then a 5 megapixel camera with a phone.