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Hello all;

Recently I purchased a Jabra BT530 earpiece and the Jabra A7010 base unit to connect my Blackberry Curve and my land line. Using Multi-point, my goal was to be able to switch easily between the two as incoming calls arrive. Unfortunately, I had many issues with this setup and hence, didn't work as expected. While I could connect to either the Blackberry or the land line, switching between the two was not working at any time.

Has anyone out there invested in a multi-point setup and if so, which setup seems to popular amongst other Blackberry users here within the forum using the Curve. I would appreciate any suggestions and/or reviews as my goal is to have a setup that's easy and pain free to use.

Thanks all for your help
Chris
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