I got a copy of UR magazine in my mailbox, courtesy of Rogers Wireless. It’s alot of fluff, but there was an article in there that caught my eye.
I’ve always found the whole concept of “when is it long distance?” to be a bit of a pain. They wrote a nice little article which explained it.
The first two aren’t really rocket science, but I sometimes get confused with the other 3, and it was nice to actually see it written out.
There was one other scenario that I thought of, because it happened to me recently.
I called someone long distance, and left a voicemail for them asking to call me back. Then I turned off my cellphone. From their house to my number is a local call, but from where I was currently sitting would have been long distance had I answered (for me). But because I didn’t have my phone turned on, I’m assuming that it would have just been a local call for them to my number / voicemail.
Who knows? They didn’t call me back…[ad#AdBrite][ad#Adbrite Inline txt]