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Wow, valuable tools. But you have to use a skype-type app (Like Susan mentioned). Does the person at the other end have to have Skype to answer the phone? 

I told ya, I feel so out of touch! (no pun intended).

Well, my phone service (verizon) has free phones, so I assume they would work on the same service one buys from Verizon. They are the only service that gets even one bar out here.  Something else to consider. Living in town sure has it's advantages, eh? 

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Linda
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On Dec 29, 2012, at 10:04 AM, Gail Guth wrote:

> I have found my iPad essential for travel. You have your books, records, papers, a portfolio, your presentation and all related files, you can watch movies when you are trying to relax in the evenings, and upload photos from your camera, keep in touch with emai . 
> 
> Another big benefit if you are on the road a lot, it is a giant GPS, nice big screen, and you can track where you are heading, find nearby restaurants and gas stations etc. It doesn't speak to you, which some may consider a benefit, but the map is clear. I don't use my Garmin anymore unless I am traveling alone. 
> 
> The battery last about 10-12 hours depending on what you are doing, and you can of course get car adapters that keep it charged. You can use it on an airplane, there is a special setting as with smart phones. 
> 
> Gail
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