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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 505866 13-Aug-2011 04:42
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Tin cups and string is really the only way to go.

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 505867 13-Aug-2011 04:52
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I use the land line which is like a soap on the rope.Tied to a line!!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 505870 13-Aug-2011 05:28
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Daily tweet! http://twitter.com/#!/jdnorthwest/status/102058946851905536





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  Reply # 505874 13-Aug-2011 06:40
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I currently use my iphone for 90% of my calls and just use my service plan. But I also use a magic jack when I have to make calls that would charge me long distance. I will probably try Time to Call since it seems like a good alternative to the Magic Jack. 

LG19 

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 505877 13-Aug-2011 07:31
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Right now I use a cell phone for all calls. I think my husband could get some real use out of time to call

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  Reply # 505916 13-Aug-2011 09:46
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I use an iPhone on Telecom XT and Skype.

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  Reply # 505930 13-Aug-2011 10:44
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I use Skype, google-talk, xnet VOIP and cheap mobile (Nokia) to chat.

Like the naked DSL cos its  not Telecom.
Last mobile was a swiss army knife of mobiles but found I never really used features fully so downgraded. Thas was 3 years ago now Androids are way cool and want to upgrade.

Of-course I'll try vonage once. Maybe even twice if they give me an Ipad :)

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 505945 13-Aug-2011 11:49
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We use cellphones around here.  Mine is a LG Rumor 2.  That way we are all in easy reach, even our son in Florida.  I call it my husband tether.  I would use the app if I had something to use it with.

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 505948 13-Aug-2011 12:02
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Currently we only use our cell phones and dropped the landline. We also sometimes use skype or something to do video calls. 

If you send me an ipad I would love to try TimeToCall :)

Currently use, and love, my HTC EVO 4G!






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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 505957 13-Aug-2011 12:48
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I use my iPhone for calling needs. National calls are pretty much used using my carrier. International calls are made using any of the following voip providers. Specially useful is my forfone app. I would give TimeToCall a try in the next days!


My voip needs 

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 505982 13-Aug-2011 14:32
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I use AT&T U-verse and I would try the new TimeToCall App if I had an iPad.

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 505994 13-Aug-2011 15:16
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I have a telecom land line but Im looking to switch to the new Orcon Genius VOIP service.  So much cheaper!

k14

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  Reply # 505996 13-Aug-2011 15:21
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I've got an iphone which I mainly use normal vodafone connection to call. I sometimes use skype. At home I use vfx on worldexchange.

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  Reply # 506021 13-Aug-2011 16:09
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I use Vodafone for tolls on my cell and Orcon Genius at home.



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  Reply # 506061 13-Aug-2011 18:38
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A Motorola Krzr k1. It's pretty ugly, like it's name!

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