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  #220445 1-Jun-2009 16:16
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Have tried adding all the calling card numbers as favorites on my CDMA telecom and they all come back as not a telecom number - same for trying to add any voip numbers I have tried.

Thats why I am keen if vodafone launch their any landline number best mate that was in one of the vodafone voices a while back since I could best mate my italk and use remote dialtone.

And the superbuzz card I tried using had really really bad audio on the call both from the landline and th vodafone when calling the UK.


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  #220570 1-Jun-2009 20:51
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i went and got telecom xt sim today.. and the experience i had was so good.. i went back to the store and applied for number port.. and will be fully on telecom with my vodafone number as of tomorrow morning.. so thumbs up on that...
but one thing....
i rang yabba today.. and they have advised me that i will be charged an additional cost for making a call to aus using telcom mobile.. so instead of it being 10 cents and 30 cents for landline and mobile respectively.. it will be 50 and 70... any thoughts???
and when i went to telecom today.. the store manager said that on prepay.. to call aus is 49 cents.. which is hard to believe!! so i tried... and before i called the balance was 48.80$ and afterwards was down to 46.37$ after about 2.5mins... so i think its charged at 89 cents just like supaprepay of vodafone... none the less its ok... thought just share that... :P


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  #220574 1-Jun-2009 20:57
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I will ask some of the caling card team tomorrow.

I'm positive I'm correct tho?


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Master Geek

  #220582 1-Jun-2009 21:08
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great... that would be much appreciated :) thanks heaps!!....
btw.. do you work at telecom?

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