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Topic # 110047 2-Oct-2012 10:07 Send private message

Does this come out of your normal data allowance?

If so, does anyone know roughly how much data a 5 minute call would take up?








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  Reply # 694679 2-Oct-2012 10:11 Send private message

Is this a 3G packet switch or circuit switch call? The charging will be different

If packet switch then it will use included data bundle if circuit switch then it will be normal 3G video calling rates






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  Reply # 694680 2-Oct-2012 10:12 Send private message

Oh - thanks.

Not too bad then I guess.










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  Reply # 694681 2-Oct-2012 10:13 Send private message

johnr: Is this a 3G packet switch or circuit switch call? The charging will be different

If packet switch then it will use included data bundle if circuit switch then it will be normal 3G video calling rates


I will display my lack of Geekness and say that I have not the slightest idea!! How would I find that out?








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  Reply # 694682 2-Oct-2012 10:14 Send private message

I am 99.999% sure it's a 3G packet switch call




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