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    Is it correct to say?

    My boss is talking to somebody on his mobile and at the same time I got a call asking for my boss. What should I say?
    The boss is busy on his mobile. or
    The boss is busy over his mobile.
    or something else?


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    Re: Is it correct to say?

    I would say " I´m sorry Mr/Ms,but Mr ( you boss´ name ) is on the phone right now"
    I think it doesn´t matter which phone it is , does it?

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    Re: Is it correct to say?

    If you want to specify the mobile, the preposition would be 'on'.

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