Long distance calls incur charges per minute.
Local calls are free.
My plan includes all national calls (for me that's within Australia), so I can
call any standard landline or mobile in the country and not pay any extra. The
plan itself costs $20/month. So for me, "long distance" is irrelevant, unless
On 08-10-20 11:31, Ogg wrote to Vk3jed <=-
$20/mo seems to be the average for most LD plans. But my use does not justify even that much.
I use the pay-as-you go option with www.yak.ca At 3.5¡ /min I rarely
go over even $3/mo from the shop, and rarely over $5/mo from home.
How does it compare with your AUS version?
BUT.. I pay over $80/mo for the basic POTS line service at my shop and (waste) over $35/mo for each POTS line at home. :(
I should probably retire the landlines at home (or at least downgrade
them to dry-loops), but when I *do* use them, I like the better voice quality, no lag compared to digital/VoIP, and 24/7 uptime even during a power-outtage.
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