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Topic # 8132 6-Jun-2006 12:52
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I just noticed a note in one of the other forum topics that said...

"While Vodafone have always charged by the second after the first minute and Telecom have now moved back to this as well it only applied for charged calls and not if you're using included minutes. With included minutes your calls are rounded up to the next minute for billing purposes."


This was news to me so I was just looking at Telecoms T&Cs and all it says is:

"For calls made from your mobile phone there is a one minute minimum charge. Calls are charged in one minute increments."


So I'm just wondering if anyone can confirm the first Minute + second rounding note above??? I thought Telecom was still pinging their customers for entire minutes?

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Reply # 37826 6-Jun-2006 13:56
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Telecom Prepay is rounded up the next minute. All other plans are 1 min minimum charge and then per second.

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