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# 20592 31-Mar-2008 17:37
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I was wondering if there were charges (over and above the data usage) for using Skype on the Xnet Fusion service. If there is (I know vodafone charges their mobile rates if you use VOIP on some of their services) what are they?

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  # 119979 31-Mar-2008 17:38
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It's just usage only no charges for using skype




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  # 119981 31-Mar-2008 17:48
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Wow, thanks for the fast reply! I would have been on hold for longer... :)

 
 
 
 


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  # 119983 31-Mar-2008 17:57
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phindmarsh: I was wondering if there were charges (over and above the data usage) for using Skype on the Xnet Fusion service. If there is (I know vodafone charges their mobile rates if you use VOIP on some of their services) what are they?

Thanks
Patrick
vodafone nz do not charge for using voip on mobile data. They only charge if you go over your data bundle.



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  # 119988 31-Mar-2008 18:21
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My apoligies, seems i was misinformed. Damn hearsay!

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