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Topic # 116595 3-May-2013 15:24
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Hey all

I am soon to an ex-Telecom employee (not by choice Cry), so I am exploring options for life after the Telecom staff concession.

I may end up staying with Telecom, as it is a quality, reliable service, but there's nothing wrong with looking around!

My question - the $10 "Unlimited National Calling" - does this include calls to mobiles? I would assume not, as "National Calling" generally refers to landlines only, but it doesn't specifically say that, and there's nothing I can find on their website to clarify that.




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  Reply # 810897 3-May-2013 15:57
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No



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  Reply # 810901 3-May-2013 15:59
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That's what I love about you John - minimal keystrokes!!!




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  Reply # 810903 3-May-2013 16:03
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straight to the point

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  Reply # 810936 3-May-2013 17:12
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Hi BiggusDoggus

johnr is right as usual ;) This does apply to national landline calls only. The website will be updated soon to provide 100% clarity on this.

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