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#60251 22-Apr-2010 22:09
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I'm looking at Total Home Lite and I'm unsure about call costs. Here's what the Telecom site says under National Calls:

$2.50 for all other national landline calls up to 2 hours per call (then $0.18 per minute after that)

According to that, if I make a 1-minute call, it will cost me $2.50. However, that's not what the call cost calculator says; it returns $0.18 for a 1-minute call on Total Home Lite.

Which is correct? As most of my calls are only a few minutes, I don't want to end up paying $2.50 for each one when the per-minute rate is better value.

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  #321857 22-Apr-2010 22:14
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It's $0.18c per min up to $2.50 capped for 2 hours :)

Also on that plan you can choose 1 national number you can call for free (2 hour limit per call).


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  #321864 22-Apr-2010 22:37
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OK, sounds good. Thanks :)

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