I would also be put-off by this. If I liked him enough to go on a second date, the next time he called, I might pause and say "Is this Ted?" When he says "yes," I'd laughingly say, " Oh, good! Tell me next time, though, so I don't think you're my cousin Tim or my friend Bob, or something. That could be embarrassing, haha. How was your day?"
I''ve never liked for a guy to be overly familiar early on in the dating process. Plus, some people aren't even good at recognizing the voices of people they've known for years. He'd have no way of knowing if I was good at that or not.
I am not a "cool" cell phone user -- I don't text and don't add people's phone numbers to my cell address book immediately upon meeting them, etc. I have the phone for the convenience of making short "I'm on my way. Want me to pick anything up?" type phone calls when out. Usually, the only people I give the number to are those I'd want to be able to contact me when I'm out, which is very few people. And If I've entered your name and number, it's because you're of some importance to me.
If I want to have a longer or getting-to-know-you type of conversation without lots of, "I'm sorry, I couldn't hear you. Could you repeat that? There's static. Are you still there? Hello?" and so on, I call from my home phone. And even then, if the person I'm calling only has a cell, I still often have to go through that.
Lately, I've been trying to convince myself that sometimes it's better for someone you don't know well yet to have your cell phone number rather than the home number. But, I really don't want someone I barely know calling while I'm in the grocery store or at work, etc.
So, even though I have begun to give the cell number out sometimes, after just a few phone calls and one date with a guy, his name and number would not be programmed into my phone. It would just come up as "wireless caller xxx- xxx-xxxx" if he called from a cell phone.