Calling Rules Tip Calling Rules Tip
When using overseas, we must agree, if the call breaks, I will call you back, do you understand? allows me to call any land line or cell phone in the USA for 2 cents per minute, and if the person has a account, we can talk free.

Southeast Asia
Saturday, October 3, 2009

Buy the Same Gear as Andy uses… Sold at three times the price, sorry.

--------------------------------- is a tricky….

Five Easy Rules

1. If they call breaks, we agree who should try to call me back so we both do not connect to voice mails. This is truly an annoying problem, to try repeatedly means we will never connect.

2. When you call me, because I am outside the USA, I will call you back so I can pay 2 cents per minutes.

3. If we are friends, I may not pick it up if it forwards to the cell, you should try again.

4. Please try 3-5 times, do not give up after one attempt, calling over the Internet is not perfect.

5. Let the Phone ring at least 10-15 times, allowing the system to forward to my cell.

I have a number that forwards to my cell phone to my current country. I can give this number to people, they then call a USA telephone number, this number than forwards to me. like this, the person clicks on my Icon and make a free call and it can turn into a call that cost between about 10 cents and 1.50 Dollars per minute. I do not mind answering and paying the high fee, I do wish everyone understood.

It cost me 2 cents to call the USA.

When you call my USA number, it cost as much as 1.50 per minute.

Here is a kicker; my Thailand girlfriend can call the USA for 2 cents per minute. She calls my USA number, then forwards to me.

The call is routed, Thailand - USA - Philippines or (Current Country.)

She pays 2 cents per minute using a calling card.

I pay approximately 22 cents per minute to receive the call. Calling Rates:

Note, I also have a Yahoo account that allows me to call landlines.

Are there more rules we need to know? Calling Rules Tip

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