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Personal mobile phone.
Business mobile phone.
2nd Personal Mobile Contract for mobile broadband (not strictly for phone calls, but is capable of and can be used as such if required).
Skype installed on home pc (x2? - Both linux and windows builds).
TeamSpeak installed on home pc (both linux and windows builds).
Skype installed on personal laptop.
NetMeeting VoIP app on business pc.
I'm not sure how many exactly conform to the poll requirements, but what I am sure of is that I'm far too contactable. I'm missing some sort of basement to frontdoor intercom still though.
In most cases like this though, a "one off" (hopefully), complaints would be forwarded to the FOS. Simple maladministration - coupled with the obvious security implications of employees playing with passwords should net him a good £300 ($600) compensation at least. And Lloyds would be charged approximately £700 ($1400) for the privilege of having the ombudsman review the complaint - regardless of the outcome.