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'Stop The Clock' from abroad

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goochy1    0

Hi

If anyone is goin to a european country eg France, 'Stop the clock' is a great way to save from abroad phone calls. Before this the tarrif would be about 50p per person per minute. Now though its ?1.65 for a whole hour.

You have to pay 75p dial fee then 30p per minute for the first 3 minutes then after that youget 57 minutes FREE!!!!

This is a great way to cut your phone bill from abroad.

Goochy1

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goochy1    0

Did this help anyone when they went abroad??

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pisquee    0

Well, now using Vodafone Passport, you only pay the 75p connection, and then the call comes out of your inclusive contact minutes.

I work on a cruise ship, and for when i am in countries with Voda networks it saves me a bomb!

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goochy1    0
Well, now using Vodafone Passport, you only pay the 75p connection, and then the call comes out of your inclusive contact minutes.

I work on a cruise ship, and for when i am in countries with Voda networks it saves me a bomb!

I hadn't heard of that before. Each call you make it costs you 75p and then the rest just comes out your minutes thats not bad.

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pisquee    0

Similare for incoming calls - you only pay 75p to recieve a call, and then that's it ... i think for up to an hour, then you pay something, can't remember what though

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goochy1    0

Well i doubt they'd give it you unlimited for over that they've got to keep their profits up haven't they lol

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