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VoIP Buster USA Mobile calls



 
 
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Old June 25th 05, 09:41 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
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Default VoIP Buster USA Mobile calls

VoIP Buster state that calls to USA landlines are free, yet calls to USA
mobiles are 1.1 (Euro) cents per minute.

Is this really the case that they charge for mobile calls, and how would they
work out which are mobile or not?


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Old June 25th 05, 10:21 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
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Default VoIP Buster USA Mobile calls

{{{{{Welcome}}}}} wrote:
VoIP Buster state that calls to USA landlines are free, yet calls
to USA mobiles are 1.1 (Euro) cents per minute.

Is this really the case that they charge for mobile calls, and how
would they work out which are mobile or not?


They can't. There is no difference; numbers are portable between landlines
and mobiles. If you know someone there I suggest you make a test call and
see if you're charged.

Ivor


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Old June 25th 05, 11:48 PM posted to uk.telecom.voip
Geoff Harrison
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Default VoIP Buster USA Mobile calls

{{{{{Welcome}}}}} wrote:
VoIP Buster state that calls to USA landlines are free, yet calls to USA
mobiles are 1.1 (Euro) cents per minute.

Is this really the case that they charge for mobile calls, and how would they
work out which are mobile or not?



HLR. Systems use this to identify and route appropriately. I'm afraid
it's quite easy to tell unfortunately.

Shame though....
 




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