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Wannabe Geek
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  Reply # 504376 10-Aug-2011 14:07
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Shhh -internationals from Work.... Cool Landline at home for national & my trusty Milestone for mobile calls..

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 504378 10-Aug-2011 14:08
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On my iPhone 4 using viber, skype and vodafone voice for all my calls.


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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 504380 10-Aug-2011 14:11
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currently i pretty much solely use my cellphone (nokia e5)

this is where a signature goes

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504382 10-Aug-2011 14:11
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This is the phone I use the most Frown...
My regular phone

2nd ranked would be my home phone, followed by my HTC Desire. I use Skype on both PC & Android a bit & have played around with some other SIP apps without a lot of success - when the company VOIP gets sorted I'll be trying some other things...

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Reply # 504383 10-Aug-2011 14:12
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When I rarely call, I use either my mobile, Skype and Viber (The later for international calls)

And for +1 entry; Here's my phone,

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 504384 10-Aug-2011 14:13
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I use a landline, 2talk, skype, mobile. I also yell loudly throughout the house.

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Master Geek

  Reply # 504385 10-Aug-2011 14:14
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I am currently using VFX VOIP with VTECH DECT Handsets (x2) with Router connected to UPS (in case of powercuts) for home and have an HTC Sensation (recently upgraded from LG Optimus One) from Telecom for my mobile. Have been a long time Skype user (I even used to buy credit until I lost it all because it expired after not making any Skype to landline calls within 6 months). I have used Tango, and Skype on my Android. If I win I would use Vonage TTC until the free credit runs out ;)

HTC Sensation 

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 504386 10-Aug-2011 14:15
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Hi - I use an iPhone 3GS & use it's lovely smooth screen as a reflector to signal various people in the adjacent suburbs... flash, flash......flash.....flash..... kind of tedious, but luckily Wellington is such a sunny place. I've also used Skype, Viber, 2Talk and a good-old 3G connection via Telecom XT...


iPhone photo/general blog - here

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  Reply # 504388 10-Aug-2011 14:17
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Nokia 6310i

Yeah - its old, but it was an engagement present from the missus. So any time I look at another phone, its all guilt-trip and "remember when we got married"

So this is about the only way I'll get to supplement it.

She's on her...fifth phone since then.

nokia 6310i

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  Reply # 504390 10-Aug-2011 14:18

I use my mobile (Xperia X1) to call m8s during the week (since I have the Best Mate addon) and also get free calls during weekends. I use MSN or Skype to make international video calls to friends sometimes, but that's about it.

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504393 10-Aug-2011 14:20
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iphone (2degrees), landline (orcon), and skype

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  Reply # 504396 10-Aug-2011 14:23
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i use the landline as much as possible. i pay $350.00 per month for satelite internet with phone included it sucks bad.

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  Reply # 504398 10-Aug-2011 14:26
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As you can see, I am a cyclops so cannot rely on my pathetic eyesight and lack of depth perception.

For this reason call quality is very important to me. 

I use a VoIP phone (Yealink T26P) with 2talk for work, the above pictured Who-Are-We (pretty sure that's how it's pronounced) 2degrees mobile and have a landline that my Mum calls me on (probably time to ditch that).

I doubt I will try TimeToCall unless I win this competition. I am looking forward to the built-in SIP in the new Android mobiles which I think will be amazing. 

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  Reply # 504399 10-Aug-2011 14:27
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The Old Panasonic
This is the phone I use most. I get a pretty good deal from Snap for calling. The only negative I can think of is that it is so cheap. This means that everyone has one. Therefore when I am at work or in town or someones house I always think my phone is ringing.

First time caller
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Master Geek
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  Reply # 504401 10-Aug-2011 14:28
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I use an iPhone 4 for most of my calling needs. I use a wireless landline for local calls, and skype (on laptop or iphone) for video calls.

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