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Topic # 32964 27-Apr-2009 17:39
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When someone signs up one bestmate for $6 a month,
is that free calling both ways between the two mobiles or just from the side that paid the $6 to the other mobile ?


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  Reply # 209839 27-Apr-2009 17:45
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Just the one that paid the $6 to VF

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  Reply # 210287 28-Apr-2009 17:53
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The good thing about Vodafoens BestMates compared to Telecoms Favourites, is that BestMate includes text and video calling (and even pxting for on account customers) while Favourites is only calling.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 210379 28-Apr-2009 22:33
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And telecom allows for a landline, which allows for it to be used for a hell of a lot more than calling one person.

That recent vodafone voice that I got jumped on for posting about had something that really interested me in it about unlimited calling to any landline.... Which would allow for 2talk remote dialtone...




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