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Topic # 88692 21-Aug-2011 08:53
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I have been looking on the site to try and find out what the callig rates are, if i have phone and internet with snap. but nowhere on the site does it list what the actual calling rates are, whether there are any call caps etc.


also, i changed my plan to 100gb last week saturday on the phone, and the guy who i spoke to said that it would take a few days for it to show up, instead of saying that i am still on 50gb. 

but its still saying that i am on 50gb. how long will this take to show up? 

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  Reply # 509616 21-Aug-2011 15:09
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10c national capped at $2 for two hours (03 to 03 is free), 25c mobile, $4 for two hours to Australia, UK, Ireland, USA & Canada.

However you have a point if you want to call China or something as I can't find that either or how much it is for a quick call to Oz for that matter.

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  Reply # 509620 21-Aug-2011 15:17
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ok i didnt think to look at the new user signup page for the toll calling rates.

thanks anyway 

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