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Topic # 60533 27-Apr-2010 15:27
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So it costs 20c to check voicemail.  Does it matter if I ring 202 or +64222022002?  i.e. does calling the second number result in "mobile" call cost or "voicemail" call cost?

I've just switched to 2degrees, so it's a bit new to me.  Previously my mobile calls were "free" (i.e. included) and I never used them all so I would use a mobile call (free) over voicemail call (20c) any day.  Now I'm paying for each call, if a voicemail call is 20c for however long it takes vs 22c/44c per minute or part thereof I'd rather use a voicemail call.  Does that make sense?  So, can I use either number or best to stick to 202?

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  Reply # 323710 27-Apr-2010 15:31
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Call to Voice mail is the same rate for both numbers 20 cents

202 or +64222022002

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  Reply # 324050 28-Apr-2010 09:36
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johnr: Call to Voice mail is the same rate for both numbers 20 cents

202 or +64222022002


Yes, what he said. :)




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