A say in the life of ....
on 26th January 2015 at 15:59 (14809 Views)
One of the most important rules about dealing with companies is that you should always record your calls.
You can record your calls on a landline using a truecall recorder for instance, but as more and more people use mobiles, you should be prepared to record incoming and outgoing calls on your mobile phone.
With an Android phone this is easy. Android phones are very flexible. You can get several excellent free apps on the Google play store. I use something called (imaginatively) Automatic Call Recorder.
If you have an iPhone, you may think that you can record your call but in fact you can only record one side. If you can hear anything of the other side it will be very low volume and very poor quality. It is difficult even to use a recording adapter such as an Olympus TP 8 because Apple in their love for you not only have prevented their product from being used with good call recording apps, but they have also made sure that there is no proprietary microphone/headphone socket so that if you do use an Olympus TP 8, then you will have to use an extra adapter.
It really is not very satisfactory. I suppose that I am in for a flaming when I say the iPhone's are the kind of mobile phones which are used by silly boys – and some girls.
The kind of people who refuse to drive an automatic car because they want to "stay in control" – and then they go and buy an iPhone.