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Master Geek

# 18923 29-Jan-2008 20:21
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My VFX line got connected today, working great.  I read about all these *free* services like call forwarding (unreachable/busy/noanswer/always) etc. I am wondering,  is it free to forward calls to a Telecom/Vodafone mobile phone and any Auckland landline? What about different area code? 
Just want to find out any hidden charges before I get a big bill. Laughing  If all these terms are documented somewhere on the Xnet website then please also give me a link to it.

I am assuming Call waiting, Voicemail, Caller ID etc are always free and that 3 way calling depends on where you are calling.  So both Auckland numbers will be free and Auckland to Auckland + Canada would be just paying for Canada call.  Is this correct?

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  # 107446 29-Jan-2008 20:29
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Hi the services are free,  but the destinatons in some cases are not, if you forward to a local number then yes it is, all Local and VFX to VFX vcalling is free, National , Mobile and International are not....were good but not that good Wink

Yes I am a employee of WxC (My Profile) ... but I do have my own opinions as well Wink


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Master Geek

  # 107464 29-Jan-2008 21:40
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Cheers mate.  I thought this was the case anyway. 

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