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  Reply # 504857 11-Aug-2011 10:14
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I don't use my work phone very much for obvious reasons (see below), but my personal phone (an iPhone 3G) gets massive use. As a browser, organiser, games platform... as a phone? Not so much. :)
Rubbish work phone

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  Reply # 504861 11-Aug-2011 10:24
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My getting-ridiculously-old iPhone 3G, aw yeah. On the odd occasion that I do make a phonecall I just use my carrier but if I'm travelling overseas I'll generally use Skype or Viber.

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  Reply # 504869 11-Aug-2011 10:34
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Have VFX service at home with PAP2 connected to a cordless phone. iPhone for work. I would consider using TimeToCall if traveling overseas.










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  Reply # 504873 11-Aug-2011 10:42
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Voip - xnet + voipfone.co.uk  on a 2 line handset ,  Motorola mobile - 2Degress

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  Reply # 504898 11-Aug-2011 11:20
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I use my cell and yes I would use it if I won

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  Reply # 504908 11-Aug-2011 11:30
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I use my nokia cell phone for calls, but it costs quite a bit (not on any special plan or anything) so I usually don't make many phone calls. Would definitely make more phone calls if it was cheaper and I had a cooler gadget to use!

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  Reply # 504913 11-Aug-2011 11:35
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Home phone is still PSTN as we're currently outside of the reach for Orcon Genius, plus most of our inbound calls are international.

Mobile is with 2 degrees on an Ideos X5, but I do use Skype for a lot of personal calls.

For business I have a corporate VOIP account which is perfect for on the road, otherwise I have a Virgin AU SIM card for any business trips over there.




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  Reply # 504926 11-Aug-2011 11:51
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VOIP (AVM Fritz!Box with attached Gigaset SL375 configured with 2talk.co.nz for local NZ number, sipgate.de for local DE number, justvoip.com for international calls; Nokia E51 with SIP setup for the same three services to "extend the reach" when in a WIFI zone)

Mobile (Nokia E51 on 2degrees, old Nokia CDMA phone until either the phone breaks or the network shuts down)

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  Reply # 504928 11-Aug-2011 11:55
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I use my iPhone as pictured above^^. I would use the Vonage app occasionally, but not all the time.

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  Reply # 504930 11-Aug-2011 11:59
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Currently use my lame mobile see below: desperately keen for some sweet tech

nokia 2505


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  Reply # 504933 11-Aug-2011 12:10
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I use my land line,   mobile and skype to make calls . Would like to try TimetoCall.

I definitely need an upgrade.....recently got the HTC sens but wife now owns it so left with this

 

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  Reply # 504934 11-Aug-2011 12:12
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I use a landline to make all my calls - anger_family @yahoo dot com

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  Reply # 504942 11-Aug-2011 12:31
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Landline or Telecom R6 Cellphone. But only if someone calls me... haven't called someone for yonks...





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  Reply # 504943 11-Aug-2011 12:35
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I use my Landline for occasional calling, mobile calling more so than landline, and occasionally use Skype on the PC with my XBOX 360 Headset.

Here's my new HTC Wildfire S




 

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  Reply # 504947 11-Aug-2011 12:39
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I use Skype and sometimes Google Voice I tweeted 

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