Texting vs. Calling

June 10, 2009 6:12pm CST
I have just purchased an excellent texting phone, the enV Touch. I got it about two days ago and I love it. If you were to contact somebody, would you text it, or call them?
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5 responses
• Malaysia
28 Jun 09
I prefer texting messages rather than calling to people. Texting is cheaper, it only costs me few cents for a message, and texting message is good the important message can be kept in your phone. You can preview the message when you need it. On the other hand, making call to people cost me a lot. I won't simply make call unless there is a important matter to me. I'm not a businessman, I can't afford to pay so much for my bill.
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• United States
10 Jun 09
I prefer making phone calls.. I don't understand why people love texting.. in my cases I use to text in my country because was cheaper.. but here..at us having unlimited calls.. I don't know why people prefer texting...
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• United States
10 Jun 09
I ama texting fool i love it and i prefer it over talking to. When im talking on the phone i cant really do much else like cook or anything since when i use the phone i put it up against my ear but then my head anad neck will start hurting and when im texting i can put the phone down and continue what im doing usually so i prefer texting when i am driving i do text but usually dont while driving at lights and stops i do since it is really dangerous. Texting is usually what everyone uses now a days and its just a lot of easier for me.
@lilaclady (28238)
• Australia
10 Jun 09
I much prefer phone calls, texting takes me so long, guess I am old fashioned, plus the fact most times you have answer the texts sometimes back and forth 3 or 4 times , better to have made a call.
@rosekiss (30256)
• Eugene, Oregon
12 Aug 09
I just purchased an enV touch last week, and I just love it. I haven't used it for texting though as I really don't text even though I have unlimited texting. I use the keyboard to type in web addresses. I use mine mainly for calling, as it is the only phone I use since I don't have a landline. The touch screen is taking some getting used to, that is for sure. It is my first touch screen cell phone. I am glad that I bought it as I really like all the features on it. I will most probabl use all the features once I figured out how to use the phone. Take care. and happy mylotting.