Added libusermetrics as affected because I found no documentation or
examples about how to support singular and plural messages.

** Also affects: libusermetrics (Ubuntu)
   Importance: Undecided
       Status: New

** Changed in: telephony-service (Ubuntu)
       Status: New => Confirmed

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  Use plural forms where appropriate

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Status in libusermetrics package in Ubuntu:
Status in telephony-service package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  Messages in indicator/metrics.cpp like

   "<b>%1</b> calls made today" 
   "<b>%1</b> calls received today"
   "<b>%1</b> text messages received today"
   "<b>%1</b> text messages sent today"
   "Spent <b>%1</b> minutes in calls today"

  all need to use plural forms, just like messages "%1 missed call" /
  "%1 missed calls" are using them in indicator/messagingmenu.cpp

  Note that plural forms are required even if you know that there will be more 
than one, since languages like Serbian use the noun form depending on the last 
digit of the number (eg. twenty-one will use the same form as one).

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