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international calls


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Posted on: November 17, 2008 at 10:56PM

make sure you buy a calling card before you leave home. you can also purchase one at almost any convenience store once you arrive, but ask the locals where they get theirs for the best rates. if your mobile is restricted to US local and long distance, you may not be able to use it in another country. and whatever you do, DON'T use the phone in your hotel room to use your credit or debit card to call back to the states. even though they may list the per minute charge, you will be charged a connection fee that is upwards of $25 bucks. report a problem

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