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Mon, Dec 31, 2018 9:25 AM

International Call

I am currently enrolled in the 50$ monthly prepaid plan which comes with free calling to Canada, Mexico and some other countries. I want to know wether the person in Canada receiving my call will be charged a fee for an international incoming call? Appreciate the help.

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adidaskid808

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2 years ago

The person in Canada receiving your call will  NOT  be charged a fee for an international incoming call.
If it is a landline.Nothing!!
If it is a cell phone call,only local airtime minutes will be charge in Canada.this is mostly cover by the monthly plan.
Unless the receiver is roaming outside of Canada or his/her local calling area.

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lizdance40

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2 years ago

There is  no charge for receiving a call unless they are roaming without a plan to cover it.  

 

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sandblaster

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2 years ago

There should not be any charge but that depends on their carrier.

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