June 30, 2008 09:20 ET Offers Drivers Complete Guidelines for Bluetooth and Hands-Free Cell Phone Accessories in Time for New CA Hands-Free Law

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - June 30, 2008) -, the leading online retailer of cell phones, wireless devices and service plans, today announced that it is offering consumers a comprehensive guide on Bluetooth and wireless headsets to help California and Washington drivers comply with the new "hands-free" driving laws that go into effect on July 1, 2008. The guide, complied by's Editorial Director and mobile phone expert, Joni Blecher, can be found at:

Intended to help consumers identify the key features that will be most useful to them, the Bluetooth headset guide on clearly outlines important things to look for when investing in a headset; including comfort and style, battery life, cost, noise environment controls and additional features.

"With the hands-free laws about to pass in California and Washington states, drivers using cell phones really need to consider what kind of headset is going to suit their needs," said Joni Blecher, editorial director for "Bluetooth, simply put, is the technology standard that allows your phone to talk to your earpiece without wires -- which is why it's a great solution for drivers who are looking for a headset that has all the features they want and is still affordable."

As part of the Bluetooth buying guide, Ms. Blecher outlines a step by step outline of how to make a connection from the headset to the phone. The guide also offers five tips to help users get started including: help on identifying weather you have a Bluetooth enabled phone, deciphering when it is activated in your phone, charging guidelines and password tips.

For more information on the California and Washington state driving laws and the related penalties going into effect on July 1, 2008, visit:


LetsTalk is the leading online retailer of cell phones, wireless devices and service plans. LetsTalk helps consumers research, compare and purchase cell phones and service plans in a user-friendly environment free from bias and sales pressure. LetsTalk was founded July 1999, and is based in San Francisco.

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