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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 504456 10-Aug-2011 15:27
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Google Talk, Google Voice, Skype, Mobile and the good old telephone :)

My nifty nokia e63!

Any comments made are my personal views and does not represent those of my employer

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504458 10-Aug-2011 15:30
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Landline at home and a IDEOS U8150 on the run.


Try Wrike: fast, easy, and efficient project collaboration software
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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504459 10-Aug-2011 15:31
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Use 2degrees minutes, also an App called KakaoTalk and Skype
Definitely consider the new app especially for use on an iPad 
Awesome competition btw

my snazzy Galaxy S 2

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504460 10-Aug-2011 15:32
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currently using my Nokia E63 for most everything!

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504463 10-Aug-2011 15:36
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land line, with or without a calling card, or Skype

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 504467 10-Aug-2011 15:38
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Combination of landline, mobile (Android smartphone) and IP phone installed on a laptop (for work).

Your mother was a hamster and your father smelled of elderberries

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  Reply # 504470 10-Aug-2011 15:43
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dont really do any calling. bit of skype, txt and web talking

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  Reply # 504473 10-Aug-2011 15:45
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I just make a good old phone call on my galaxy s. probably just stick to skype when it comes to ip calls. rather the devil you know...

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Wannabe Geek
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  Reply # 504474 10-Aug-2011 15:47
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Samsung 336001I tend to dislike phones so try to use skype where possible. I like my flip phone tho, negates the dreaded ass! calling!

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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 504476 10-Aug-2011 15:50
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Local and national toll calls from home are made from my Uniden R035BT. International and calls to other mobiles are usually made on this phone as well but through my Samsung Galaxy S2 via bluetooth tethering. sometimes a bit of skyping too :-)

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 504479 10-Aug-2011 15:57
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I use WXC/Xnet VFX through a nas box running asterisk, or if its work purposes remotely via the office pbx (which again is just through WXC).

Pricing from VFX is good enough that I don't use skype cant be bothered :)

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  Reply # 504480 10-Aug-2011 15:57
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I've been using a landline or more commonly my iPhone 3G (photo included).

This app looks really interesting! :)

iPhone 3G

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504482 10-Aug-2011 16:02
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I almost never make phone calls, but if I do I use a iphone 3 given to me by a friend in Aus. Needless to say I had to jailbreak it and put on fw 6.2 (for all those that don't know its from the ipad) and all is good, except for really poor GPS. But hey who can complain (when the phone was free :P)

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 504483 10-Aug-2011 16:02
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Currently using Vodafone (mobile), Orcon Genius (VOIP) and Skype. Gotta love Naked Broadband!
I probably won't use TimeToCall as VOIP/Skype solve the long distance calling issues for me.

Mmmm ... candy bars ....

Old Nokia phones never fail ... they just keep going, and going, and going, and ...

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 504489 10-Aug-2011 16:11
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Dont use calling that much, if i use it at all its landline.

Current phone is a Nokia 3120C

@bear/post above me, how do you even use that thing anymore? I had one like it aaaaaages ago on telecoms 025(?) network and that was shut down long ago?

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