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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504662 10-Aug-2011 21:25
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I currently use the local landline, my mobile phone (HTC Desire) for in country calls. I use Skypeout and Skype for international calls.

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  Reply # 504679 10-Aug-2011 21:43
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I use my iPhone for phone calls, but would consider this new way depending on price and flexibility



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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504692 10-Aug-2011 22:09
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Don't make many voice calls but when I do it is usually on a land line, occasionally using my mobile (HTC Hero).  Would definitely look at TimeToCall when it is released for Android though.

 HTC Hero

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Master Geek

  Reply # 504699 10-Aug-2011 22:13
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Mobile 2degrees (HTC Legend)
Broadband - Telecom
Skype - wifes laptop

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 504708 10-Aug-2011 22:19
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Landline, and Voip 2talk line through the Vodafone Complete modem ;)

If you have to run heating in winter, you don’t own enough computers.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 504713 10-Aug-2011 22:24
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Trusty Nokia E71 on XT for national calls and Skype for family overseas

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 504718 10-Aug-2011 22:39
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I use Skype and my mobile for all calls. If I was fortunate enough to have an Apple product I would def. would use the Time to Call app.

I currently use a HTC Sensation

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504737 10-Aug-2011 23:42
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Currently I use Skype but TimeToCall sounds great and I look forward to giving it a try. So if I'm lucky enough to win, my first call with the iPad2 will be to Mauricio to say thanks while I'm enjoying my boat on the lake.

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  Reply # 504738 10-Aug-2011 23:42
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Currently travelling through Europe (Croatia is my current country), using a MAXROAM sim card to SMS home and other travellers and Call in Europe in an emergency (get cheapish rates through most of Europe) and then when I want to call home or other non-urgent calls in Europe it is Skype on my laptop using whatever broadband the accommodation is providing, would love to be able to use VOIP to call using my mobile rather than phone and just connect using a hostels wifi.

Nokia E63 Croatia

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  Reply # 504742 10-Aug-2011 23:51
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I currently get calling card from the diary/supermarket for my calling needs . I never really know if what i get is reall good value, but vongage seems like a great deal!!

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504745 11-Aug-2011 00:02

I use my Vodafone mobile and Telecom landline for local and national calls. For overseas calls, I use Skype from my PC and Telecom 0161 service. But if I win, Time To Call from my new iPad2 will be the most awesome.

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  Reply # 504757 11-Aug-2011 01:48

Landline, mobile, and occasionally skype


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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 504760 11-Aug-2011 02:31
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landlineI have a landline, and a mobile phone. I would love to try Time to Call on my iPhone or if I win on a iPad.  

Thanks for the chance to win.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504761 11-Aug-2011 02:49

I use an HTC Inspire mobile and a landline. I would definitely try TimeToCall, especially if I won an iPad or an iPhone!

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504762 11-Aug-2011 02:49
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I use a landline for most local calling, a Vodafone 845 for mobile and skype from the phone and pc for national and international calling, I use an old shoelace to commune with my cat. Obligatory amusing cat picture provided on request.


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