FreeHeadset.org launches program to promote wireless phone safety by giving away free cell phone headsets.

New laws that mandate the use of cell phone headsets have recently passed in several states. In response, FreeHeadset.org has developed a program to provide wireless phone users with a free cell phone headset.

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) July 26, 2004 - Several states are writing new laws mandating the use of cell phone headsets while operating a motor vehicle; however these new laws fail to provide assistance in obtaining a headset. In response, FreeHeadset.org has developed a program to provide wireless phone users with a free cell phone headset. Participants are only required to pay $3.94 for the cost of shipping and handling.

FreeHeadset.org founder Matt MacAdams identified the need for this program in his local community. Using his experience in the wireless phone industry, he started FreeHeadset.org in late December, 2003. Incorporated three months later, the company now ships thousands of headsets per month nationwide. “Using a headset is a very important safety issue that often gets overlooked. Our goal is to encourage people to use headsets by making it simple, affordable and convenient to obtain one,” said MacAdams today.

The FreeHeadset.org website uses a simple step by step process to make ordering easy and their web servers use 128-bit SSL security certificates to ensure safe online transactions. Live customer service is available online via an interactive Live Chat service. Customer support is also available by sending an email to e-mail protected from spam bots or by telephone at 888-239-9203.

For Additional Information, Please Contact:
Matt MacAdams, President/CEO
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FreeHeadset.org, Inc
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Media Resources:
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Customer Assistance:
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