The Jabra Freeway Speakerphone lets you take "hands-free" with your iPhone to another level with a fully voice-controlled system. The sophisticated Voice Control system allows you to make or take calls just by using your voice. And Voice Guidance will talk you through set-up and pairing. It will even announce the name of in-coming callers, ask if you want to accept their call and will tell you your battery level and connection status.
Motion Sensor Technology
With the Jabra Freeway, there is no need to press buttons to turn it on or off. Motion sensors mean it automatically turns on when you get into your car and off when you get out.
- Rich and crisp sound with three speakers and Virtual Surround sound
- HD Voice ready
- Use your voice to make and take calls completely hands-free
- Voice Guidance gives spoken battery level, pairing instructions and connection status
- Turns off and on automatically
Did you notice?Motion sensors mean the Jabra Freeway automatically turns on when you get into your car and off when you get out.
Apple Recommends ForA hands-free kit for your iPhone that gives superb sound quality that allows you to focus on what's most important - your safety at the wheel.
What's in the Box?
- Jabra Freeway Speakerphone
- Car Charger
- USB cable
- Quick Start Guide
- Other Features: Bluetooth
- Mfr. Part Number: 100-96600000-02
- UPC or EAN No.: 5707055019760
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Ratings & Reviews
Great little device...
I received the Jabra Freeway yesterday, so I've only had it for a day.
Set up was easy, and it fully charged in approximately t I received the Jabra Freeway yesterday, so I've only had it for a day.
Set up was easy, and it fully charged in approximately two hours with the included car charger.
As with most voice recognition devices, ( iPhone 4S included ) it's not always perfect, but it works pretty well most of the time.
Once fully charged and operating without the car charger attached it has a built in motion sensor that puts the device into power save mode after exiting the vehicle.
Upon returning to the vehicle, the device announces " Power On " and you are ready to use your phone in speaker mode without having to do anything.
The overall sound quality pertaining to clarity and volume is great, and so far every person on the other end of line that I have called has said that the call clarity is very good on their end as well.
If you are planning on using the FM transmitter to send the sound through your cars' audio speaker system think again as it doesn't work any better than any of the other FM transmitters for phones/iPods.
The quality of sound is terrible due to the static from transmitting the music to the radio.
The sound quality of the Jawbone Freeway speaker is surprisingly good for music although it is not as good as the Jawbone Jambox.
( I tried using the Jambox in the car being that it also has a good speakerphone feature and it worked well, but the Jawbone Freeway fits nicely out of site on the sun visor and now I won't have to try and create some sort of makeshift cradle or use velcro on the Jambox ).
For me it seems like a good option for hands free calls and using the iPod in My old pickup truck and I'm pretty happy with it so far. …
- Written by MARK J D from MAMARONECK
165 of 181 people found this useful
Simply the best handsfree product for the car. I use it all the time driving and bring it to my home office when working from home
- Written by Anders Bo R from Slangerup
158 of 176 people found this useful
Watch out for Voice Assist
The speakerphone works fine. The sound quality through its on speakers is good and the mic is pretty good for a speakerphone. It The speakerphone works fine. The sound quality through its on speakers is good and the mic is pretty good for a speakerphone. It lasts about a week in my car between charges and can be recharged from the cigarette lighter socket in your car.
Voice Assist was dialed without my consent. This ended up with a long distance charge of 180 minutes and about $60 as it dialed (416) 800-0414 without my knowledge. Took 15 minutes talking to tech support at Voice Assist and they told me nothing they can do about it, its Jabra's problem. Jabra apparently has a firmware upgrade that you can do to disable the Voice Assist. …
- Written by Greg P from Victoria
112 of 124 people found this useful
I am not a complainer by nature but I bought the smaller Jabra first and the shop convinced me that the sound quality was poor bec I am not a complainer by nature but I bought the smaller Jabra first and the shop convinced me that the sound quality was poor because it was the lower quality one. I then bought the Freeway model and tried to match it to my Iphone 5 and it drops in and out and no one can hear me. The speaker on the Iphone is 10 times better and it has been a frustrating waste of time and money - stay away
I wanted a Blue Ant but went to a lot of shops and no one had them (I'm in Australia) so that's why I gave Jabra a second go by the way …
- Written by Alan P from Melbourne
3 of 3 people found this useful
Very disappointed in my Jabra Freeway Bluetooth. Callers more often than not can't hear me, saying it keeps cutting in and out, ve Very disappointed in my Jabra Freeway Bluetooth. Callers more often than not can't hear me, saying it keeps cutting in and out, very frustrating. …
- Written by Margaret S from Saratoga
8 of 8 people found this useful
I persisted for months with this and have now given up - the voice recognition doesn't work and callers can't hear me properly. D I persisted for months with this and have now given up - the voice recognition doesn't work and callers can't hear me properly. Don't waste your time or money. If I could give it zero stars I would! …
- Written by Kirsty M from Spring Hill
6 of 6 people found this useful
Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Is the Jabra Freeway bluetooth speakerphone compatible with the iPhone 6plus
- Asked by Cynthia G from Austin
- Feb 16, 2015
Not really. Yes, it connects with the iPhone, but the Jabari has its own (terrible) voice assist th Not really. Yes, it connects with the iPhone, but the Jabari has its own (terrible) voice assist that competes with Siri. They charge $60 a year for the service and it keeps trying to dial into that from your phone. It takes several steps to get to Siri: first you have to press a button, and then the jabra YELLS AT YOU to SAY A COMMAND. Then you have to say Phone Commands to activate Siri, though the jabra freeway rarely seems to get it right. Problem is, almost all the newer speakerphones have some sort of bad attempt at voice control, when as an iPhone user you just want to connect to Siri and let her handle things properly. My old Blueant supertooth 3 was great at this, with the press of one button. So I might get another, as I'm only replacing due to a waning battery. …
- Answered by John P from Sherman Oaks
- Mar 9, 2015
will I be able to use all the jabra freeway features with the iphone 4?
- Asked by Sandi S from Toronto
- Mar 21, 2013
Yes you can, but if you have a car with alot of road or engine noise voice call becomes very confuse Yes you can, but if you have a car with alot of road or engine noise voice call becomes very confused & gets the wrong number frequently! I've given up on voice calling & now just use push button to answer & end a call. Other than that, works happily with iphone 4 and has done for nearly 2 years now. …
- Answered by Terry S
- Nov 27, 2013
How long does it stay on after you leave your car
- Asked by Peter V from Alliston
- Feb 4, 2012
from it's lost the Bluetooth connection, it stays on 10min.. The sensors in the speakerphone will re from it's lost the Bluetooth connection, it stays on 10min.. The sensors in the speakerphone will reactivate the unit again when you open the door in your car. …
- Answered by Steven Doan S
- Feb 7, 2012
has anyone used jabra freeway bluetooth speakerphone in a big rig
- Asked by Paul M from North Providence
- Feb 9, 2012
I haven't, but if you're wondering about the sound....this is THE LOUDEST speaker/audio system I've I haven't, but if you're wondering about the sound....this is THE LOUDEST speaker/audio system I've ever heard, and crystal clear! …
- Answered by Shari D
- Dec 8, 2012
How do you install it in the car?
- Asked by Alexander C
- Nov 22, 2012
It just clips onto your visor.
- Answered by Shari D
- Dec 8, 2012