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I spoke to you on the telephone. vs I spoke to you over the telephone. #1 (permalink) Tue Dec 16, 2008 11:38 am   I spoke to you on the telephone. vs I spoke to you over the telephone.
 

I spoke to you on the telephone
or
I spoke to you over the telephone
which one is correct from above two
Ganesh
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I spoke to you on the telephone. vs I spoke to you over the telephone. #2 (permalink) Tue Dec 16, 2008 13:27 pm   I spoke to you on the telephone. vs I spoke to you over the telephone.
 

I am glad you posted this question, I always hesitate when it comes down to selecting the right preposition in this sentence, I would love to read an answer to understand the difference in meaning (if any) or when to apply either one.

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no answer #3 (permalink) Tue Dec 16, 2008 16:38 pm   no answer
 

I didn't get the reply to the following quary which I e-mailed to you on 16/12/08

I spoke to you on the telephone
or
I spoke to you over the telephone
which one is correct from above two
Ganesh
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I spoke to you on the telephone. vs I spoke to you over the telephone. #4 (permalink) Wed Dec 17, 2008 11:53 am   I spoke to you on the telephone. vs I spoke to you over the telephone.
 

Both of them are correct. There is no difference between them.
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