Do I use it? Occasionally. It's actually got a very nice handset with great sound quality. When I've got long calls scheduled it is much more physically comfortable and easier on my ears than my cell phone. It's also nice for conference calls. I don't use any of the programmable keys. What does it lack? Lots of features I've come to depend on from services like Google Voice or Skype, including:
- Voice messages going directly to my email inbox.
- Voice message transcriptions - which are searchable.
- Sharing voice messages via email.
- Being able to archive and backup a voice message as an audio file and save it in a folder.
- Blocking specific callers.
- One number for all of my phones and number porting. For example, I can make my mobile number my Google Voice number.
- The ability to use my computer as my phone any where, any place, any time.