Telecom reduces the cost of landline to mobile calling.

By Steve Biddle, in , posted: 3-Sep-2007 15:16

Big news from Telecom this afteroon.

http://www.telecom-media.co.nz/releases_detail.asp?id=3487&page=index

Telecom have just announced reductions in their landline to mobile calling rates.


What fantastic news!

  

That's sensational I hear you say!


I knew that reducing MTR's would make my calls cheaper I hear you say!


 So..


Telecom's Anytime rate has now dropped from 71c per minute to 67c per minute!

Is this some kind of April fools joke? Are Telecom trying to star on a Tui billboard?

How can you justify a 4c reduction in your Anytime calling rates when the 71c rate was set 16 years ago when mobile termination rates were set at around 45c per minute? That's MTR's are now 20c per minute and falling and all you can do is cut 4c per minute off? How pathetic.

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