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Reply # 504763 11-Aug-2011 03:34
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I currently only use skype on my computer.  But I don't have a neat iphone...Cry

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  Reply # 504764 11-Aug-2011 03:35
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Mobile and land line.  I have a hand-me-down cell phone that belonged to my son.  Mine went for a wild ride in the washer and didn't make it!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 504765 11-Aug-2011 03:36
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The concept of Vonage sounds simple so long as the pricing is comparable it would be worth a try, assuming the voice quality is there.

Using Viber has overall been good but it is the few times that it fails which stick in my mind. For some reason Skype has fallen off the radar for the people in my contact list, very few ever seem to be online when I need to contact them that way.

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  Reply # 504769 11-Aug-2011 04:36
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Hey I want to win something... anything. 
i use orcon national calling plan (free national calls) also skype and have dual sim on that crazy chinese fone below so 2degree's and vodafone sim's. dont top them up often as value for money is better spent on other services.. dont know what that program is. im sure if i had a iphone or ipad i would download/trial that software. thanks for the opportunity to win something.. 


My Crazy Chinese Fone

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  Reply # 504771 11-Aug-2011 04:45
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I use a landline to make phone calls right now. I might give this a go, I have only heard good things about it!

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  Reply # 504772 11-Aug-2011 05:19
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I currently use my iPhone 4 for all of my calling needs.  Two of the things in this photograph cannot make phone calls.  I'll give this app a try at some point.

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  Reply # 504773 11-Aug-2011 05:20
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Currently we use a variety of tools for our family calling needs, multiple mobile phones, a land line, and Skype for our extended family.

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Reply # 504774 11-Aug-2011 05:29
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I would use for long distance calls.  International for the most part.

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  Reply # 504776 11-Aug-2011 06:09
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I currently use Vonage VOIP at home for my calls and my Blackberry Curve when away. I'd try Time To Call if I had an iPad but haven't gotten so lucky as to get one yet.

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  Reply # 504777 11-Aug-2011 06:14
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I currently use my iPhone, iChat (it has been rather unreliable lately though), and  Skype.  However, I will be going abroad in 10 days, so I will be trying out a PicCell and definitely am going to try out Vonage's TimeToCall app on my iPhone.  It would be even cooler to try it out on an iPad2!

Here is a picture of my phone (or rather a screenshot...my phone is my only source of a camera these days).
 

My Twitter account that I will be tweeting about this giveaway at is @alliegutshall.

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  Reply # 504779 11-Aug-2011 06:34
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Tweeted... 8/10 http://twitter.com/#!/jdnorthwest/status/101351277245640704





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  Reply # 504780 11-Aug-2011 06:40
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I use mobile (iPhone) and Skype.  I would use the TimeToCall app to call a friend in Mongolia.
I tweeted using @warcraftWidow.  https://twitter.com/#!/warcraftWidow/status/101362611974713344
picture of my phone taken with iPad 2's horrible camera


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  Reply # 504783 11-Aug-2011 07:01
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Due to the high cost of calling I have taken to using a megaphone for communication. While quite effective it does have limited range.








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  Reply # 504785 11-Aug-2011 07:24
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I currently use my mobile phone to make calls and Skype to make international calls.  Most of my immediate family and relatives live abroad so I make international calls very often. I would absolutely use this app but I don't have an iPhone or iPad, so I would love to win one! :)




Here is my existing phone.  It is a Blackberry Curve 9330. I recently had my old phone stolen!

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  Reply # 504786 11-Aug-2011 07:26
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I tweeted - http://twitter.com/#!/princessla66/status/101373917175873537

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