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    you can reach me at my cell phone

    I would like to know if this expression is correct to tell someone to call you to the cell phone because you're out of the office at that moment

    thank you

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    #2

    Re: you can reach me at my cell phone

    Not a teacher.

    Call me on my cell.

    Reach me at my cell.

    Not "to my cell," though.

    (Remember that "cell phone" is American. Mobile phone is more international.)

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