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  Reply # 265192 19-Oct-2009 23:54
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richms:
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richms: forget customerlink - its $22 a month


Fair enough

richms:and they bill you per min.


Bill what? Normal local charges apply which should be nil for residential.


It is not a residential product, I was getting pinged 4.5c/min for calls when I had one briefly inorder to get a real looking CBD number to port to voip..


It appears in the list of Smartphone services available to residential accounts with no mention of any charges other than "normal" local, national, international call charges apply to the redirected portion of the call.

A per minute charge for non business connections is not normal.

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  Reply # 265193 19-Oct-2009 23:57
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Hmmm, when I had it set up it was via 126 because the 123 people were hopeless - perhaps that was the only difference? I had to get a whole telecom account made and stuff which was a right PITA, but worth it at the time.




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