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  #524346 21-Sep-2011 23:32
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bazzer: Hopefully old3eyes can update us on the cost. I don't expect it to be free, hoping it would be 22c actually but we'll wait and see. For my purposes, Skype will be good enough, but it's nice to know for future reference.


It will be 22c/min. Like I said, the IN only looks as far as +1 to make it's decision on rating.

But what about the mobile/landline distinction? Before this deal calls were 44c, but after topup 22c to landlines only. Would calls to mobiles also have been 22c, since you say you only check the +1 to make the decision on rating?

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  #524398 22-Sep-2011 08:27
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bazzer:
SaltyNZ:
bazzer: Hopefully old3eyes can update us on the cost. I don't expect it to be free, hoping it would be 22c actually but we'll wait and see. For my purposes, Skype will be good enough, but it's nice to know for future reference.


It will be 22c/min. Like I said, the IN only looks as far as +1 to make it's decision on rating.

But what about the mobile/landline distinction? Before this deal calls were 44c, but after topup 22c to landlines only. Would calls to mobiles also have been 22c, since you say you only check the +1 to make the decision on rating?


If you talking US mobiles then yes as there's no way to distinguish their numbers from normal PSTN numbers as they follow the NA nation numbering plan..




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