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Topic # 58124 8-Mar-2010 22:10
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May be a dumb question , I hope the answer is zero.
But if I port my standard telecom number to italk what will be the cost to people calling me from their standard Telecom phone?
1/ Auckland telecom customer to Auckland Italk number?
2/ Wellington telecom customer to Auckland italk number? Thanks

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  Reply # 305538 8-Mar-2010 22:14
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The same as it would be before you ported it from Telecom.

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  Reply # 305542 8-Mar-2010 22:18
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An Auckland customer within the Auckland LCA (local calling area) will pay the same as any other local call to call an iTalk number in the Auckland LCA. This is free for residential and business lines will pay their standard local calling rate.

A Wellington customer calling an Auckland iTalk number will pay their standard toll rates for a call to Auckland.



 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 305544 8-Mar-2010 22:20
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fantastic, thanks for the prompt replies

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