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POLL: Do you use your Pocket PC Phone Edition for voice calls too? [CLOSED]
Posted by Arne Hess - on Thursday, 16.03.06 - 21:29:28 CET under 10 - Polls - Viewed 14046x
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I had a couple of discussions about this topic during the CeBIT, especially when friends, partners and supporters of the::unwired saw that I have (daytimes) two devices with me: a Windows Mobile Smartphone and a Windows Mobile Pocket PC.
While I'm a big fan of Pocket PC (Phone Editions since 2001) since 19. April 2000, I hardly ever used my Pocket PC Phone Edition as my mobile phone but mostly as my (online) data device only - following Microsoft's previous categorization of a "data centric" device.
In addition, I always used a mobile phone / Smartphone (since fall 2002) which is daytimes my voice device and nighttimes my voice and data device (for E-Mail and web). I wonder if I'm alone or not and what's your favorite combination:

What is your favorite combination?

Total votes: 144
OptionVotes%
Smartphone only for Voice and Data1711.8
Pocket PC Phone Edition only for Voice and Data9968.8
Smartphone for (mostly) Voice only - Pocket PC Phone Edition for (mostly) Data only117.6
Mobile Phone for Voice - Pocket PC Phone Edition for (mostly) Data only1711.8

Maybe you want to share your combination and why you use this combination in the comments bellow also? I would like to better understand why the::unwired visitors use which combinations.

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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