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Topic # 29414 6-Jan-2009 16:21
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Hi,
I'm currently on Telecom's Pro plan with some plan for the landline (around 40$/month for the landline). Is there any way I can move my toll calls to another provider for a lower month fee? I don't use the telephone line at all and it bothers me to pay 40$/month for a service that I don't use.
I don't want to go naked dsl because I like Telecom's broadband plans and speed, however I hate their toll calls :)I know that I have to pay 10$ extra/month if I don't have the toll calls with Telecom and as long as I pay less than 30$/month for that other provider, I don't see a problem with that.
Any hint appreciated.
Thanks.

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  Reply # 187825 6-Jan-2009 16:34
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wk: Hi,
I'm currently on Telecom's Pro plan with some plan for the landline (around 40$/month for the landline). Is there any way I can move my toll calls to another provider for a lower month fee? I don't use the telephone line at all and it bothers me to pay 40$/month for a service that I don't use.
I don't want to go naked dsl because I like Telecom's broadband plans and speed, however I hate their toll calls :)I know that I have to pay 10$ extra/month if I don't have the toll calls with Telecom and as long as I pay less than 30$/month for that other provider, I don't see a problem with that.
Any hint appreciated.
Thanks.


The 40$/month is not for your toll calls, it is your line rental, and the only way to avoid it is to go Naked DSL, Even if you changed toll providers you would still be paying T/com $40/month for the cost of the wire into your house ( as well as an extra $10 a month for the choice of toll providers)

If you are not making toll calls then you are not paying anything for them.... :)

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