Do you send more email messages, or text messages?
texting is easier for the married women I see to keep from their clueless husbands
i text my friends, but i use email for pictures, links, itunes, youtube, etc.
being 15, text haha. i do use my email for savings though :)
It already drives me nuts when my GoPhone charges me 20¢ for every stupid promotional spammer text.
What would the world be like if your email service provider actually charged you per email?
Well, I don't do text, so...
TEXT! What's email? Jk. I rarely use my email anymore. :)
The only reason I have an email is to get coupons
Email for work, text for everything else
More texts now. More emails while in school.
I send emails for business but in personal life it's text. I'm not even sure if my kids check their email, they have to use it for iTunes but that's about it.
According to the income filter, i need to start sending more enails
Email. I don't even carry a cell phone. I hate phones.
Email because I'm on the internet more often than on my phone
Email for business only. But I text way more often to get work done between my colleagues
Considering that I usually text someone to tell them I sent an email....
receive way more emails, but send more texts.
Oops! Sent too soon! Face to face for conversations but text for quick stuff :)
Twotired- I agree! I think face to face
Text-email-phone. I really dislike talking on the phone. If I want to talk, I'd rather do it face to face.
I know this is email vs text, but when it comes to text vs phone call, I much prefer text over a call unless it's something important. A call can interrupt your dinner, sleep, movie,etc. and you may feel obligated to answer whereas a text you can answer at your leisure. Hmm new poll- calls vs texts?
@whodat, I thought I was bad with 5000 text a month!
"The private sector is so foreign to Obama he might need a passport to go visit. He might need a translator to talk to people in the private sector." Bobby Jindal
Including my work? Email. I send a lot daily. But for my personal life? Definitely text.
Not everyone in Delaware is old,there are a lot of business in my state because the tax code for businesses is very business friendly so what do most businesses do? Email
Everyone in Delaware is old...so...
Text. I still do email, but not as often.
Text by far. Easier to communicate. But with some ppl I Fb email a lot because I don't want them to have my number.
Send emails to cut texting costs.
Email for work. Texting for personal and personal work issues. Also using heytell for work a lot. Tried voxer but it's too much. All I need is a quick walkie talkie.
I have never sent a text message, and have never felt the need to. I use email exclusively.
Age filter. Lol
Me too Kubu, I use email a lot at work, hardly at home.
Email, only because my girlfriend's phone died and she hasn't been able to get another one.
On my prepaid phone, text is 50 cents.
On my iPod, email is free.
Call me Scrooge ;)
Counting work? Definitely email then.
@tcby... do you mean english english. or american english
I agree with Shelby. It's time consuming. Text is much quicker. Reply is faster too
Hahahaha, age filter lol
@2Katz, I completely agree. English is a lost language. It has become a weird hybrid acronym-ridden shorthand.
In my opinion, email is really obsolete now.
Socially, it would be texting; but for work, it's email.
2katz is right!!! We have lost the personal touch in a lot of ways. It really makes us desensitized.
Overwhelmed by e-mail...comes with the territory at work.
If you mean total, I email more, cuz I've had it longer. Recently, text.
Email. I like to think and express myself in whole sentences. I hate most text abbreviations other than LOL and WTF. what bothers me most is we are losing the ability to have a conversation face to face or write a thoughtful paragraph.
My phone is constantly dead, so I email on my iPod all the time.
and no I'm not a spam bit, I just lo love that app