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Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Does PM support 411?

Hey,

 

The title says it all. I am inclined to think that if you have enough money on your balance that 411 is feasible.


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Mayor / Maire

Re: Does PM support 411?

Nope, says: "I'm sorry, we don't support the short code your trying to reach."

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Mayor / Maire

Re: Does PM support 411?

I don't believe that PM does not support 411 directory assistance.

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Mayor / Maire

Re: Does PM support 411?

Nope, says: "I'm sorry, we don't support the short code your trying to reach."

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Mayor / Maire

Re: Does PM support 411?

When you dial 1 (areacode) 555-1212, it says the same thing. This is the universal number which connects to 411. Should be able to use it in any (areacode).

 


@ChuckYeah wrote:

Nope, says: "I'm sorry, we don't support the short code your trying to reach."


 

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Retired Oracle / Oracle Retraité

Re: Does PM support 411?


@Obice wrote:

Hey,

 

The title says it all. I am inclined to think that if you have enough money on your balance that 411 is feasible.


This would go against the policy of not having pay-per-use charges.

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Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: Does PM support 411?


@computergeek541 wrote:

@Obice wrote:

Hey,

 

The title says it all. I am inclined to think that if you have enough money on your balance that 411 is feasible.


This would go against the policy of not having pay-per-use charges.


How so? I recall reading somewhere that 4-1-1 costs $4 per call, if someone has $4 or more in their account I see no reason why they can't call.

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Retired Oracle / Oracle Retraité

Re: Does PM support 411?


@Obice wrote:

@computergeek541 wrote:

@Obice wrote:

Hey,

 

The title says it all. I am inclined to think that if you have enough money on your balance that 411 is feasible.


This would go against the policy of not having pay-per-use charges.


How so? I recall reading somewhere that 4-1-1 costs $4 per call, if someone has $4 or more in their account I see no reason why they can't call.


Public Mobile doesn't go into balances to collect per-usage charges.

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Deputy Mayor / Adjoint au Maire

Re: Does PM support 411?


@Obice wrote:

Hey,

 

The title says it all. I am inclined to think that if you have enough money on your balance that 411 is feasible.

 

 


 Public Mobile is 100% Strictly Pay Before Prepaid service. You can put as much money in your Public Mobile Account, it will just sit there for your Plan Renewal or to Pay for add ons you may want to Purchase. There are absolutely no overages, pay per use or any sort of charges. Your Balance is 100% safe regardless how much is in your account. 

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Deputy Mayor / Adjoint au Maire

Re: Does PM support 411?


@Obice wrote:

@computergeek541 wrote:

@Obice wrote:

Hey,

 

The title says it all. I am inclined to think that if you have enough money on your balance that 411 is feasible.


This would go against the policy of not having pay-per-use charges.


How so? I recall reading somewhere that 4-1-1 costs $4 per call, if someone has $4 or more in their account I see no reason why they can't call.


You couldn't have read that on a legitimate place because it simply just doesn't exist. 

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Model Citizen / Citoyen Modèle

Re: Does PM support 411?

Try this instead.  1-800-373-3411 

1-800-FREE-411