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Hi @holden2021 your call to 888 number or any free calling number will use up your limited minutes. Once the free 100 minutes are used up, you won't be able to call out anymore. Public Mobile is prepaid so after your used up the 100 minutes included in your $15 plan, it is gone.
@holden2021 wrote:if i call 1888.....customer servise ,maybe will wait and talk an hour or longer, are there times included in the free 100 minutes? and if i talk over 100 minutes in a month,how to calculate the money? 15/Mplanthanks
@holden2021 I have not been charged minutes for 1 800 numbers don't forget there is a very cheap add on 500 minutes for 5 dollars ,it stays on your account until all used up
With Public Mobile, there are no "overage fees" to worry about. If you use up all your 100 talk plan minutes...your ability to place a call just stops until either next renewal or you purchase one of the several inexpensive calling add-ons...as suggested by @shep22
You can get an add-on for $5 that gives you an additional 500 minutes of Canada wide calling...if you do use up your 100 plan minutes this add-on will take over until your next renewal. Any unused add-on minutes will just roll over to next month...so they could last several months or longer.
Because if glitch it will be free (for now, it is very likely to change in the future)
If you ever have to call for a very long time and if it's not toll free number but it's in Canada, this is what i do:
Download and get yourself free Fongo account
Use your fongo to call for free your cell (incoming=free)
Answer and go back to your Fongo app
Transfer call to destination number
Fongo will disconnect and only your cellphone and destination number are in call
You used 0.07 megs of your WiFi to make this call and it's incoming for your cell (Fongo made two outgoing calls and left the conversation)