How many cellphones are you using?
October 14, 2008 12:19pm CST
I have 2 at the moment, on different carriers. I use one for talking with some of my friends cheaper and another one on which i have 1000 minutes and 1000 SMS in that carrier. They are called Vodafone and Cosmote. In my country Cosmote has the lowest prices. What about in yout country? Do you use more than one phone?
15 Oct 08
I only use one phone. Here in the Philippines, there are 3 major competing service providers which are Globe, Smart, and Sun. I am currently using Globe and I don't see the need to have more than one phone. The rates are cheaper if you are calling someone who is using the same provider but I don't call that much and most of the people I usually contact are also using Globe.
15 Oct 08
Well, in my country there isn't a dominating provider, but the main two are Vodafone and Orange. All the young people use Cosmote. They offer lots of minutes and sms and it's not that expensive. The quality of the sound is poorer than in the other two though.
14 Oct 08
I only have one cellphone that I use for call and send SMS. I also use it as an entertainment machine if I'm bored. My boyfriend's cellphones games are fun to play so I use his cellphone often just to play. I would love to have 2 cellphones so that when I go to other places and there's no signal, I don't have to change sim cards to connect wherever. We have 3 popular carrier here, namely: Globe, Smart and Sun Cellular. ^^v
14 Oct 08
hello there! i did have had 3 cellphones all of which are Nokia & has the same carrier which is Globe Telecoms (here in our country). i gave the other phone to my brother and it was then that the sim of that particular phone has just expired since i'm not using it much. the 2nd phone on the other hand is only used for alarm clock. the system has been bugging me to reload minutes but since my friends & family don't know that #, i don't mind at all. oh by the way, i'm a prepaid user so whenever i run out of minutes i can go ahead & reload minutes htat i need. that means no overages & no monthly fees for me.