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Topic # 82234 25-Apr-2011 20:22 Send private message


I was wondering if anyone knew of a cheaper way of calling Australian mobiles.  Currently I am using (VOIP) and it is 20 cents per minute, which is pretty good, but wondering if anyone know of anything cheaper?

I know when I was in Australia there were international calling SIMs that were really cheap for overseas calling.


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Uber Geek
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  Reply # 462269 25-Apr-2011 20:38 Send private message

Could try one of the Compass calling cards? 

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 462275 25-Apr-2011 21:13 Send private message have Australian cell phone calls for AU$0.105 per minute. There are also
cheaper deals if you purchase bulk.

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  Reply # 462323 26-Apr-2011 06:23 Send private message

Join an Australian VoIP provider. There are plenty of them..

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