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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504531 10-Aug-2011 17:03
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Currently use the minutes included with mobile plan for calling only - will definitley try TimeToCall when the Android app is released


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  Reply # 504536 10-Aug-2011 17:12
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iphone, landline, occasional skype (mostly for 1-300 numbers in Oz)


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  Reply # 504544 10-Aug-2011 17:20
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Currently use :

- Samsung Galaxy S on vodafone for 95% of calling
- no landline at home
- work landline for work calls only

If there is a long intl or mobile call I need to make from home, I sign onto 2talk using cSipSimple on the android. This works okay but callers often complain about the quality even over TelstraClear wifi so I avoid it when I can.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504566 10-Aug-2011 17:52
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Here's my iPhone, first generation 3G:

It's paid for by work, so I don't really care :>

I'm not sure if I'd try this new product, depends on if the quality is good...

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504577 10-Aug-2011 18:25
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Hmm an IPAD would be better!!!!! Laughing 


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Master Geek
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  Reply # 504582 10-Aug-2011 18:37
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I use a landline while home/work but when out and about, a cell phone. Video Skype calls to family overseas.

cb's cellphone


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  Reply # 504590 10-Aug-2011 18:52
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Mobile phone.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 504600 10-Aug-2011 19:22
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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 504610 10-Aug-2011 19:48
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Landline, Blackberry for work and the occasional bit of Skyping.

Don't use 'beefstew' as a password.  It's not stroganoff.

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Reply # 504618 10-Aug-2011 20:04
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Use a Mobile for personal calls but don't tend to talk much as do enough talking on phones during the day via answering the work landline phones. 

Would give Vonage a go to call my friends in OZ even if all they'll do is complain about their weather and what concerts they had to drag themselves too.  But mostly I just really really really really really want to get my mits on an Ipad     

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 504622 10-Aug-2011 20:08
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Mobile Land line VoIP

that would be an ecumenical matter

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Master Geek

  Reply # 504632 10-Aug-2011 20:24
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I use 2talk VOIP, Viber and Skype every now and then.

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Wannabe Geek
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  Reply # 504635 10-Aug-2011 20:27
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hey, currently fixed line calling with vodafone.. would give TimeToCall a whirl on a new ipad =)

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  Reply # 504639 10-Aug-2011 20:33
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Yes Hello. I use VoIP already on my iPhone. I will have a look at this timetocall app, for comparative reasons! I use Skype, 2talk and Voipcheap currently.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504659 10-Aug-2011 21:19
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Most calls on Telstra Clear landline, txt and occasional calls on Vodafone. Have tried other options like Skype phoning and virtual phones (but have had problems trying to configure). Like the idea of being able to phone landlines and pay via iTunes prepay. Working towards a system that will autoforward calls to landline to cellphone if not answered. At the moment it requires a code to be entered to set up the forwarding and remove it later.

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