I think I missed interviews (1 for sure) because we have a shared landline which is mainly used to received rude cold callers so callers are not always made to feel welcome. Some of the other residents have quite a bad command of english and might be scaring interviewers away thinking it is me (I do have an accent too). The mobile signal is very patchy so not helping, I can put this as my main contact details but I will definitely missed calls (but at least I can call back?).
Can I get away with only my email address as first contact on my CV?
I think an email alone might be limiting (and thinking back, every single job interview I've had, I was phone about). I'd personally put your mobile and your email - as you say, you can always ring back if they can't get through first time.
Thanks reds, won't potential employers be annoyed that they never reach me, if I put a mobile number I know won't work most of the time? (like when I am at home or even worse on the school run where there is no signal at all)