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Hopefully the two of you are on the same type of plan that allow you unlimited calls from the same provider. If not, can you get that. What about an internet chat program? There should be ways to cut down your expenses on this.

a

I agree it's quite strange to see your relationship laid out in such practical measures. I felt similarly when I had emails sorted by sender, the "him" file.

turboglacier

This is so cute it makes me want to barf just ever so slightly.

Many of us are looking forward to meeting Mr. NBT.

Mr. Witchirfay

Indeed many of us are looking forward to Mr. NBT's unveiling.

Also, please post pic of empty coffee cup and crumpled napkin. Your fans want to be there with you too.

bill

What Turbo said (I'm smiling). However, no interest here in pictures of crumpled anythings.

Kat

Try Skype...it's an internet telephone connection that's the same quality as a regular phone, except that I heard it's free (& you can use a web camera as well). Apparently a lot of international companies use it.

AdriftAtSea

When Gee was 3000 miles away, in Seattle, we used IM, e-mail, a predecessor of Skype, and we still had combined phone bills over $600 per month. Long distance relationships can be expensive, even if you've taken measures to minimize those costs.

Unlimited cell-to-cell calling via the same cellular provider is a good start, as is signing up for the largest IM/SMS messaging package your provider offers.

Skype is good, but requires you to be at a computer or where some sort of broadband internet connection exists...which is more probably for NBT than you, since most waterfronts are less than electronic friendly. :D

AdriftAtSea

UGH, the first graf above should read and a predecessor of Skype.

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