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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 506288 14-Aug-2011 15:03
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Mainly use mobile or skype.

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  Reply # 506296 14-Aug-2011 15:15
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  Reply # 506333 14-Aug-2011 17:08
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The more I can centralise activities on my iPhone4 and iPad1 the better. Vonage's Time To Call app will help me continue to do just that.

An iPad2 would be the icing. [crossing fingers]

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  Reply # 506334 14-Aug-2011 17:12
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TimetoCall looks wicked! I use Skype and depending on the free minutes left on my mobile; then I will on occasion use my Telecom on XT to make calls

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 506341 14-Aug-2011 17:37
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Usually just use the landline, but when out and about, use the cellphone. Have the occasional Skype video call too. Would really 'expand my horizons' to have an ipad2.

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 506348 14-Aug-2011 17:47
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i'm not allowed to post links yet (via green tree) as i'm new...



I use several methods on my phone to call different people. normal GSM calls locally, facetime for video calls in a wifi available area, viber/skype for non-wifi/3G area for different contacts around the world.. 

Will check out Time to Call when I get the Ipad 2! it's downloading as we speak on my iphone.....

 

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 506354 14-Aug-2011 18:05

I use either the free minutes on my XT nokia flip phone, or use my orcon landline - which I am about to replace with VOIP.
I would be interested in trying Vonage's TimeToCall on an iPad 2.

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  Reply # 506357 14-Aug-2011 18:18
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I use a Verizon Envy 3 but the problem is it costs extra for long distance to my buddy living in Stockholm. Plus if you've ever used an Envy you would know it turns off by itself all the time! So I used Skype when I can that works okay.

Link to pic of my phone



Thanks for the chance to enter!


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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 506461 14-Aug-2011 21:07
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I use an iPhone 4 and also Skype, i use the iphone to answer Skype calls. I am really interested in trying this app. I would take a picture of my phone but thats the only camera i have at the moment lol.

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  Reply # 506464 14-Aug-2011 21:11
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I'm currently using my BlackBerry (no data plan, voice only) for all my calling needs. I would definitely try Time To Call if I won the iPad!

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Master Geek


  Reply # 506484 14-Aug-2011 22:08
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Calling from my landline and iPhone (see pic) Hmm, can I use Vonage while Im travelling overseas?

Get creative?? Honey I have to tell you its just too cold down south to get creative .. will you settle for a cuddle and a promise to use Time To Call? ;)

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  Reply # 506525 14-Aug-2011 23:59
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I use my HTC desire mostly, also a home cordless landline.
Here's my mobile :-)


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  Reply # 506531 15-Aug-2011 01:00
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  Reply # 506535 15-Aug-2011 02:11
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I use my pc to use GoogleVoice features and calling cards to call from my cell. I call my frds at China and Singopore.

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  Reply # 506536 15-Aug-2011 02:12
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Tweeted about the contest. http://twitter.com/#!/Neroraptor/status/102511261937442818

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