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Author Topic: Excuses if caught with a second phone?  (Read 1502 times)

Like the title. What would you tell people if they spot you with your punting phone? Haven't been caught yet but good to know what excuses we could use.

Offline AnthG

The obvious ones I would think of are.

1. I have this pay as you go on another provider incase ..... is down and I need to make a call.

2. I have this pay as you go as this other provider has a better reception in certain black spots that my main phone get zero bars on. So I will phone using this.

3. I have this in my glove compartment incase the batteries run out on my main phone and need to make an important call like for the RAC toetruck if my car breaks down.

For this to work obviously you need a Pay as you go from a different provider.

My advice would be a combo of O2 network (So GiffGaff) for your Pay monthly sim and Three's 321 for your pay as you go punting phone.
« Last Edit: October 09, 2015, 01:14:01 PM by AnthG »

4. Who are you and what the fuck's it got to do with you ?   :lol:


I have several phones that never got round to selling or giving away.

If you get questioned either tell them it's none of their business or. You can't make your mind up which one you will keep.

Offline smiths

Like the title. What would you tell people if they spot you with your punting phone? Haven't been caught yet but good to know what excuses we could use.

No need for a second phone if its a problem hiding one, just a tiny punting sim is sufficient.

Offline hexohm

The best option is to simply NOT get caught. 

Although as smiths said, just get s sim and keep it hidden in your wallet
« Last Edit: October 09, 2015, 01:59:11 PM by RebReb »

Offline sam55

Depends who catches me.

I was using it at work and someone spotted it, I just said I'd found it at home and was testing it out.

When I've been asked by other people I just say it's a work phone.

The Mrs was washing my trousers, took my punting phone out and put it on the bedside table. As far as I know she didn't scroll thro the contacts  :scare:
Lisa, Susie, Kim, Katie, Raquel, Emily.....
No, not quite like that, they are limited to 2 initials

Offline arthur

With the sim only option and no punting phone, there could be problems with smartphones in terms of linking contacts; and facebook linking the sim to an account etc. Best to do a lot of research on your phone and how it might potentially do this before using a 2nd sim.

Unless of course your normal phone is a standard non-smartphone

Offline smiths

With the sim only option and no punting phone, there could be problems with smartphones in terms of linking contacts; and facebook linking the sim to an account etc. Best to do a lot of research on your phone and how it might potentially do this before using a 2nd sim.

Unless of course your normal phone is a standard non-smartphone

I don't need a smartphone as a punting phone, my old Nokia does the job, I wouldn't advise using a smartphone as a punting phone personally, but that's up to punters to decide of course.

Offline CoolTiger

I don't need a smartphone as a punting phone, my old Nokia does the job, I wouldn't advise using a smartphone as a punting phone personally, but that's up to punters to decide of course.

+1


Depends who catches me.

I was using it at work and someone spotted it, I just said I'd found it at home and was testing it out.

When I've been asked by other people I just say it's a work phone.


Makes it difficult to say that the 10-yr old simple, basic Nokia that is in your hand is your work phone, when you work in the IT industry, etc.  :scare:

I have no excuse for a second phone as I don't really use the one I've got. Better keep it out of sight.

tcm

I have a seperate phone for things like getting quotes for car insurance, give that number, sort the insurance, turn it off for the rest of the year...which is a great tip in general, stops calling calling to your main phone.

I tell the OH I it in the car for emergencies.

Offline raylondoner

Just hope MummiesNet isn't monitoring!  :hi:

Offline Happylad

Exactly the sane as the reason for several email addresses - This onr is for family and close  friends, the other is for everything else likely to generate spam.

Offline sam55

I have a seperate phone for things like getting quotes for car insurance, give that number, sort the insurance, turn it off for the rest of the year...which is a great tip in general, stops calling calling to your main phone.

I tell the OH I it in the car for emergencies.

Everytime I get a junk call on my iPhone I just add them to the blocked list - goes straight to voicemail if they call.
Got about 30 numbers in there now.

Offline LL

Just hope MummiesNet isn't monitoring!  :hi:
Of course they are!
Topics like this are counter-productive to our aim of keeping our punting lifestyle covert.

Online Mansell

Depends who catches me.

I was using it at work and someone spotted it, I just said I'd found it at home and was testing it out.

When I've been asked by other people I just say it's a work phone.

The Mrs was washing my trousers, took my punting phone out and put it on the bedside table. As far as I know she didn't scroll thro the contacts  :scare:
Lisa, Susie, Kim, Katie, Raquel, Emily.....
No, not quite like that, they are limited to 2 initials

Can you not put a PIN or other security into it so she can't look at it ? My'n does, old phone I had before and off and locked always.

Offline pong

I have 3 smart phones .... now explain that.

Depends who catches me.

I was using it at work and someone spotted it, I just said I'd found it at home and was testing it out.

When I've been asked by other people I just say it's a work phone.

The Mrs was washing my trousers, took my punting phone out and put it on the bedside table. As far as I know she didn't scroll thro the contacts  :scare:
Lisa, Susie, Kim, Katie, Raquel, Emily.....
No, not quite like that, they are limited to 2 initials

Can you not put a PIN or other security into it so she can't look at it ? My'n does, old phone I had before and off and locked always.

+1. Mine has a pin. Yet it seems a lot of people with OH's keep them unlocked?

4. Who are you and what the fuck's it got to do with you ?   :lol:
+1 other than the missus I would not expect anyone else to ask,unless of course it was one of my fellow mongering mates in a jokey way!

Online Anadin

I genuinely use my second phone as a Sat Nav so there's that.

With the wife/significant other there is a risk of this but it may help you that with everyone else ... I have noticed if I'm at work and pull out my punting phone as part of arranging something for later in the evening, even people who know what 'normal' phone I have and can clearly see me on another phone never bat an eyelid.

 It's not that they notice and think hmm that'd odd I won't mention it, it's that they really don't seem to notice - I think it's that old thing of 'if you knew how little people thought about you, you'd be offended' - at most the average brain is just picking up there's a phone there and that bloke is using it, people aren't thinking hang on is that the same phone he had 10 minutes ago.

 The wife will though. Only thing I can suggest is 'oh I've been having some problems with my phone so picked up this shit cheap one just in case' which is my go-to line.

Have lots of phones. My punting phone isn't actually the shittiest phone I have - though it's fairly close, and lost in the mix.

Have lots of phones. My punting phone isn't actually the shittiest phone I have - though it's fairly close, and lost in the mix.
Do you work in a phone shop?  :hi:


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