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Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Phoning the Body Odor and Halitosis Conference Calls from overseas : The cheapest ways

One thing that may put internationals off phoning the USA based body odor and halitosis conference calls is the cost. Usually the dearest way is by using your supplier and calling direct. One way of avoiding expensive costs is to use prefix 3rd party call operators (call overriders). There are many of these companies. Some you need to register (online) and some you don't need to join (it's put on your phone bill). Either way, the call will likely be substantially cheaper than going through the direct main supplier.

For instance :
UK to USA using BT : 18p per minute
Using a prefix company : 0.5p per minute

There are also internet call services, like Skype, which may be normally not as cheap as the prefix call companies, but still much cheaper than direct calling.

Note: If registering with a prefix company, make sure there are no major catches. Ideally, you wouldn't need to join the company and only have to dial their long prefix and it appears on your usual bill, or you can register online and set up a direct debit and dial their prefix. With most companies, you only want to use their number when you want.


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