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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 504289 10-Aug-2011 12:23
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Just use my mobile phone these days. We have a landline but I don't think a phone is plugged into it.

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Master Geek

  Reply # 504291 10-Aug-2011 12:28
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Skype, VFX VoIP, MS Communicator and my Galaxy SII


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 504303 10-Aug-2011 12:53
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Bit of landline, bit of mobile, bit of Skype.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 504304 10-Aug-2011 12:55
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I use skype landline and iphone. and iphone using skype and msn alot too.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504308 10-Aug-2011 12:58
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ooh!  I use my HTC Incredible for all my calls. 

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  Reply # 504311 10-Aug-2011 13:03
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Hardly make phone calls much to my mothers ire... But Time to Call could be a good thing, call Mum more often but start by saying "Sorry Mum, can only talk for 15 minutes!" 

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 504322 10-Aug-2011 13:27
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For mobile I use my HTC Magic on Vodafone.  At home I've got a landline for local calling and use Skype on a PC for international calls.

HTC Magic

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 504325 10-Aug-2011 13:32

Cell phone and Skype. Otherwise Morse code depending on the situation.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 504327 10-Aug-2011 13:34
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Skype, Xnet's VOIP, and my iPhone with 2degrees.

Sounds like an interesting app, keen to try (on a new iPad if I win :D)

Here's my phone:

Creator of Tallowmere.

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 504328 10-Aug-2011 13:35
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Yeah i'd give it a shot. Wouldn't mind an iPad either. 

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Ultimate Geek

  Reply # 504329 10-Aug-2011 13:37
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I use Skype, Voipbuster, my landline and 2degrees mobiles.

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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 504330 10-Aug-2011 13:39
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At work I use a Yealink IP phone with our VoIP connection from WxC
At home we use 2Talk VoIP and have an un-used WxC VoIP account (must get around to migrating to that one day!)
and my Samsung Galaxy S mobile phone on Vodafone
and we use Skype video calling occasionally at work
and Google chat and occasionally Google video

kind regards Andrew TD

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  Reply # 504331 10-Aug-2011 13:40
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I use mostly my mobile for calls.  I would definitely consider looking into this next time I need to make an international call.  My partner goes over seas roughly once a year and I might try it out then (I definitely would if I won :P )

I hope to upgrade my phone soon as I hate this thing! (yes, I scanned my phone.)

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  Reply # 504332 10-Aug-2011 13:40
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Hi, most of the time my phone calls are dealt with by my HTC Magic which while getting old in the tooth in the frantic time of Android fever is still a great phone.

I hardly ever use our landline at home (other than the DSL bit) with Skype to friends and relatives in Europe and Aus being a more common occurance.


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504333 10-Aug-2011 13:41
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I'm currently mobile, or VoIP (with Skype for IM).

My current phone

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