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UPDATED August 3rd 2010: This post has gotten a lot of attention in the last couple of years, with a lot of people asking why their phone or PDA doesn’t work. Here are some more info from Mercedes and the bluetooth module.

Please visit the Mercedes-Benz Bluetooth Connectivity site to learn more on how to connect you mobile device and if it’s supported.

By popular request, Mercedes-Benz Accessories GmbH is extending its range of communication accessories to include a further Bluetooth telephony solution: the new Mercedes-Benz Bluetooth® (HFP) telephone module allows you to use your BlackBerry® in a Mercedes-Benz passenger car without physically connecting it to the vehicle. The modular solution is specially designed for in-car telecommunication and is also suitable for a select range of mobile phones which support the Bluetooth® Hands Free Profile (HFP). The new telephone module with HFP software complements the factory-fitted solutions currently offered and is available for virtually every Mercedes model series.

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UPDATED August 3rd 2010: This post has gotten a lot of attention in the last couple of years, with a lot of people asking why their phone or PDA doesn’t work. Here are some more info from Mercedes and the bluetooth module.

Please visit the Mercedes-Benz Bluetooth Connectivity site to learn more on how to connect you mobile device and if it’s supported.

By popular request, Mercedes-Benz Accessories GmbH is extending its range of communication accessories to include a further Bluetooth telephony solution: the new Mercedes-Benz Bluetooth® (HFP) telephone module allows you to use your BlackBerry® in a Mercedes-Benz passenger car without physically connecting it to the vehicle. The modular solution is specially designed for in-car telecommunication and is also suitable for a select range of mobile phones which support the Bluetooth® Hands Free Profile (HFP). The new telephone module with HFP software complements the factory-fitted solutions currently offered and is available for virtually every Mercedes model series.