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Wannabe Geek
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  Reply # 505336 12-Aug-2011 09:17
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I use landline for local calls , my mobile ideos u8150 for mobile calls and Skype from Panasonic TV for VOIP...Yes I will use Time to call if I win Ipad2 Smile

Ideos U8150


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  Reply # 505346 12-Aug-2011 09:37
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currently use my iphone 3gs along with SIPPhone and iTalk. Have also started using skype more often as it seems to be usable even over 3g.

[Amstrad CPC 6128: 128k Memory: 3 inch floppy drive: Colour Screen]


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 505355 12-Aug-2011 10:06
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Tweeted... 8/11!/jdnorthwest/status/101773929705766912

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  Reply # 505371 12-Aug-2011 10:32
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I rely mainly on my mobile phone, with the occasional chat to overseas on skype.

We did look at VOIP around 2 years ago when getting internet access at home but in our location it isn't a very good deal.

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Reply # 505380 12-Aug-2011 10:50
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Personally I make calls however I can landline, mobile, & Skype love em all... but still have to admit emails via social networks is definitily becoming more common.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 505402 12-Aug-2011 11:32
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This is my landline Phone i use it For Making my international calls with calling cards ;) haha gotta love the old school tech :)

Old school landline :)

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 505403 12-Aug-2011 11:35
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I use Verizon Cell (LG Ally), Vonage at home and Google Voice to tie them together.  If I don't win this I;ll have to wait till the Android version comes out to call my buds in Oz Land.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 505412 12-Aug-2011 11:46

verizon iPhone with Skype & google voice

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  Reply # 505440 12-Aug-2011 12:18
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Currently have a prepaid cellphone, but calling on it is more expensive to send a txt. Would be in for a plan like the above but need the hardware to be able to do it ;-)

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 505473 12-Aug-2011 12:56
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I use my vodafone minutes mostly (but don't make any overseas calls), and land line for overseas.  When I want video, I use skype to talk to the kids when I'm away.

I'd be very happy to call the guys at TimetoCall to say thanks for the new iPad2! Smile

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  Reply # 505487 12-Aug-2011 13:15
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Second Hand Telecom ZTE R100, missing backplate and ariel meaning I need to put a speaker cable against the logic board's contacts to get reception outside of the CBD.  Cloth tape holding the battery in place which doesn't hold charge for more than half a day and is constantly on 'Low Battery'.  I use Telecoms $20 prepay package which includes 1000 texts and 40 Anytime Minutes.  

I'm a self employed photographer and keeping in touch with people is very important to me,  the iPad would come in handy to display my portfolio and use Adobe Suite apps to control my workstation from the iPad.


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 505492 12-Aug-2011 13:23
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I predominantly use a landline, but mobile & VoIP are also options/used. VoIP with video is nice.


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  Reply # 505508 12-Aug-2011 13:54
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  Reply # 505515 12-Aug-2011 13:59
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I practically never make phone calls, the only reason we have still have a landline is because naked broadband is not that much cheaper to justify the loss of convenience of the land line.

currently i wouldnt try time to call, but if i ever travel overseas i would consider it for reaching home.

My current phone is a samsung galaxy s 

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  Reply # 505523 12-Aug-2011 14:05
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Mobile - during the day or when out and about (compnay paid for)
Landline - Family members round the country in the evenings
Skype - weekends to catch up with friends and family who are overseas.

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