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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504791 11-Aug-2011 08:16
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Vonage from Landline

Skype, google voice and viber from iphone 4 

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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 504798 11-Aug-2011 08:40
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I use a VOIP phone to make calls to UK,Singapore and India

Yash's Phone

I am not sure why this image is not being displayed.Cry


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Master Geek

  Reply # 504800 11-Aug-2011 08:45
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Old fashioned landline is my main tool for voice calls.

And Text for communication with the girlfriend, can always claim I never read the text until too late to collect her just because its raining!

Fingers crossed.

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Master Geek

  Reply # 504802 11-Aug-2011 08:50
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2Talk using Bria for iPhone or Bria for Windows PC. - Works excellent!

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504807 11-Aug-2011 09:05

I use a mobile phone, it is a piece of junk my bro gave me because I'm too poor to pay the minutes
my old phone company wanted. Boost, 10 cents pay as you go, I use it way too much to talk to people
I don't want to talk to and to get messages that are not mine! I don't think I would use the Vonage right
now but definately the electronics, which I crave! It's nice to get new instead of hand me downs.

I'm not posting a picture of my phone here, If I post a photo to make anyone laugh that hard, I should get
paid up front!

Thanks for the password reset. Now remember why I don't post in these forums. When what you do or
write about as an individual is larger than yourself, everything you do is promotional. I'm always breaking
the rules...must be why Strictly Ballroom is my favorite movie.

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  Reply # 504808 11-Aug-2011 09:05
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This is my cruddy broken cellphone, which I try not to use to make phonecalls:


WSOD errors make it more of a hindrance than a help.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504812 11-Aug-2011 09:15
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I currently use a land line with an old GE touch tone phone like this one: I would try the app if I had an iPhone or iPad. Maybe after I win one I can try it to call some friends in the US.



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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504815 11-Aug-2011 09:19
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Trusty old Nokia, 4 years old still going strong with the original battery. Use Skype on my HP pavilion dv6 a lot when traveling. I would be willing to try Time To Call, sounds quite good. Cheers!

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504819 11-Aug-2011 09:29
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I currently use Google Voice in conjunction with Skype to make all of my phone calls. Although Google Voice's rates are pretty good, using Time To Call would be very interesting since the concept is great. Here's my current phone, the LG Dare::
 Twitter post:!/andreasr3d3/status/101403920718495744 

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504822 11-Aug-2011 09:32
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I use various IP phones with Elastix server and 2talk as provider.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504835 11-Aug-2011 09:50
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I mostly use my mobile; Samsung Focus with the marvelous Microsoft WP7 OS and my PC with a Magic Jack that I purchased in their first year. Now, with my new iPad2 from Geekzone, I will use Time to Call:

Samsung Focus

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Reply # 504846 11-Aug-2011 10:01
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I use my mobile (LG Optimus) for 90% of my calling needs. I use Skype for the rest. I would definitely try TimeToCall if I had an iPad. Once I had finished Angry Birds of course... Smile

My phone

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504848 11-Aug-2011 10:03
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I have an iPhone4 that I used for phone calls. I rarely use our landline. I would probably use this app on my iPad.

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Wannabe Geek
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  Reply # 504850 11-Aug-2011 10:05
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I currently use an work supplied iPhone 4 to make cell & VoIP calls, texts, email, twitter, G+, FB etc etc.

Interesting idea using AppStore credits to charge for calls - iTunes cards become the next prepay cards!

My own personal cellphone is an old Nokia 6210 (circa 99) still in perfect working order - just bought a new battery for this bad boy...

Nokia 6210

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  Reply # 504853 11-Aug-2011 10:08
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Use Netgear SPH200D Dect Skype Phone

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