I want to tell someone to call me at my cell phone,

Discussion in 'English Only' started by evernever, Apr 19, 2007.

  1. evernever New Member

    Turkish
    I want to tell someone to call me at my cell phone, how can I express this?

    -You can call me at my cell phone.

    -You can call me from my cell phone.

    -You can call me via my cell phone.

    Which is correct, if none what it should be?

    thanks in advance.
     
  2. Judica Senior Member

    East Coast, US
    AE (US), Spanish (LatAm)
    - You can call me via my cell phone is correct.

    or

    - You can call me on my cell phone.

    If you say at, people will automatically expect a phone number or location, not a type of phone.


    ex. You can call me at home.
    You can call me at this number 555-55-5555.
     
  3. se16teddy

    se16teddy Senior Member

    London
    English - England
    In the UK they are usually called mobiles or mobile phones rather than cell phones. I much prefer (English) on my mobile to (Latin) via my mobile.
     

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