Are you a kind of "caller" type or the one that is being "called" ?

Estonia
March 13, 2010 4:53pm CST
Hey there! Today I was messing with my cell phone and decided to take a look at the total duration of the calls. I found that incoming calls were 1h 33min long in total, and the calls I made, the outgoing ones, had a duration of 2h 18min. It seems that I am a "caller" type of person, because I've called others much more than received the calls. What about you? Check your mobile phone for statistics and tell me, are you the "caller" or the "called"?
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@phoenix8606 (4978)
14 Mar 10
hi! I think I am the one that being called, just because my outgoing call time is 33 min. for the last month and my incoming call time is 2 and a half hours which is about five times more than the outgoing calls. maybe just because the people that mostly call me are my parents and my aunt, her daughter and my grandmother. just because they have "free" minutes each month and I don't :)
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• Estonia
14 Mar 10
Well yes, you're obviously a "the called" one. Free minutes are useful, I used to have them every month before I've changed my mobile communications operator. I used to call a lot without a real need back then, but now, when I haven't any free minutes anymore, I call only when I really need to. Thanks for a good answer, happy myLotting!:)
• Bangladesh
12 Apr 10
Hey friend, I use my cellphone just in case anyone needs me, not for myself. You may be surprised but I don't need it for myself. I can stay all alone without any problem by the grace of Allah. I call people very few times. That's why my call amount shows that the duration of my received calls are 98:48:51 and dialed calls are 34:06:39. Therefore, I I'm definitely the 'called' Have a nice day.
• Estonia
14 Apr 10
Hey, mate and thanks for your response! I know see what you mean, you have your phone just to be sure that people can catch up with you anywhere anytime. And that is indeed a good side of the cell phone - you don't depend on your current location. People can always get you by the cell phone. Thanks for sharing again!:)
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• Bangladesh
15 Apr 10
Hey dear friend, Thank you very much for understanding me. I wish you the best of luck. Have a sweet day.
• Estonia
17 Apr 10
All the best to you too, pal!:)
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@sid556 (31005)
• United States
19 Apr 10
Hi there Biomechanoid, I don't even have to look at my phone to tell you that I am not the caller type. I am not a big fan of chatting on the phone or even texting. I like to see my friends in person and do things hands on. I have certain friends that call me all the time just to chat. Sometimes I pick up and other times I just don't because I know they'll keep me on the phone for a couple of hours when I could be doing something else. These are the same friends that will come over to visit as well. I have one friend that calls me several times a day. He just will keep me on the phone for 2 hours at a time every time. I would rather he knock on my door. Not sure why it is but I really don't like chatting on the phone.
• Estonia
19 Apr 10
Hey, sid556 and thanks for responding! I understand what you mean. If I had to choose between phone calls and meeting in person, I would choose that last option too. In addition to costs that come with calling people, mobile communication also isn't as vivid as real talking, you don't see the real emotions of person. So for me it's also way better to have a direct conversation than distant one.
@ivelinr (104)
• Bulgaria
15 Mar 10
I have 500 prepaid minutes in my subscription plan with the telecommunication company which I am using. Usually when I recieve a call from a friend or my family I hang up and call them. That's why I have about 6 times more outgoing minutes.
• Estonia
15 Mar 10
Ah, I see...my mother used to have these prepaid minutes, so every time I called her she told me to hang up and then called me back. You're obviously a "caller". Thanks for responding!:)
@k15682 (301)
• United States
14 Mar 10
I am definately the called. I do have more missed calls than anything though because I ignore alot of calls. I figure my phone is for my convenience and only answer when I feel the need.
• Estonia
14 Mar 10
You're right, it's your phone and you're the master of your phone. It's upon you to decide whether to answer the call or not. Thanks for sharing!:)