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Jabra provides a large range of headsets and speakerphones to help you get the most of your business communications. Jabra undertands that the success of your business is built on great communication and whether you are looking for a portable conferencing system, a Bluetooth headset, or an active noise-cancelling headset, Jabra has the perfect device for your needs.

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Choosing a headset or a speakerphone can be a difficult decision, especially with so much choice in the Jabra range. Have a look at our FAQs to help understand what you should be looking for when purchasing a headset or speakerphone.

If you are still not sure, download our buying guide or call us for expert advice on 0333 123 3050.

A headset has three main benefits that help you and your company:

A study commissioned by Plantronics in 2016 showed that using a headset can improve productivity by as much as 43%. With both hands free, there’s no need to put your tasks on hold while you talk.

Comfort and health
With a headset, you will no longer have to spend your calls uncomfortably cradling your phone handset with your shoulder while trying to get things done with your hands. This is not only bad for your posture, but also causes unnecessary fatigue. Using a headset reduces neck and back discomfort as you can rest your head in a neutral and comfortable position all day long.

Reduce missed calls
Ever missed an important call because you were away from your desk for too long? It has been proven that using a cordless headset can reduce missed calls by 57% as you can answer calls even while away from your handset.

If you’ve decided to invest in your first headset, be sure to download our full buying guide that will help you decide on the best model for your individual needs.
When buying a headset, there are some key considerations to help you decide:

1. What devices do I use to talk?
2. Where will I use my headset?
3. Do I want a corded or cordless headset?
4. Do I want a monaural or binaural headset?
5. Which wearing option suits me?

With the answers to these questions in mind, you will be better placed to choose the right type of headset for you.

For guidance on how to answer each of these questions, download our in-depth buying guide that will take you through the decision process.
If you take most of your calls at your desk and want the most dependable call quality possible, a corded headset is the best choice. However, if you want to be free to move around or prefer your workspace to be wire-free and still benefit from great audio, a cordless headset will be a worthwile investment. The range of a cordless headset can be up to 500 feet, but this distance may vary depending on the specifications of your headset.
Many cordless headsets can be used with multiple devices, such as desk phones, PCs and mobiles. You can also use one corded headset for all of your communication platforms by buying a bottom cable that connects to each of your devices.

To check compatibility, call us on 0333 123 3050 for expert advice.
A monaural headset has one earpiece through which you listen to your calls. This type of headset allows you to stay aware of your surroundings while talking.

A binaural headset has two earpieces, like traditional headphones. This type of headset is suitable for people who like to focus all their attention on their calls.
This will depend on the radio you have and the frequency you are using it. Most radios come with rechargeable batteries. Replacements batteries are also available if you are unable to recharge on the spot.
You may only need a single charger if you are not using your walkie talkie frequently, however if you are using more than two radios at any one time, multi-unit chargers are available.

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