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WIN: an Anycom Bluetooth headset we’ve got THREE to give away

We've teamed up with mobile communications specialist Anycom to offer readers the chance to win one of these Bluetooth headsets.

There are three on offer.

The headsets are easy to use with three separate keys for volume, call management and voice-dialling.

Weighing only 21g, the headset can be worn left or right, and the flexible ear hook can be adjusted.

It has a rechargeable battery giving up to 7.5 hours’ talk time, or 150 hours’ standby.

The headset is compatible with almost any Bluetooth-capable mobile phone.

It can also be used with PDAs or PCs that support Bluetooth.

Redialling and voice dialling are possible if the mobile phone has these features.

Simply answer the following question to be in with a chance of winning...

What is the current penalty for using a hand-held mobile phone while driving?

a) £60
b) £60 and three licence penalty points
c) transportation to Australia

Email your answer to: colleen.dixon@emap.com.

Closing date for entries is December 3.

For more information on the Anycom range available within the UK, log on to www.powerdrive-computers.com.

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