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    Senior Member zoossh's Avatar
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    Default Curious about how starhub counts the free local minutes.

    well, could have called and asked, but trust neutral sources more. anyone has any idea how it works? assuming the package of the 1st 100mins.

    do they count the free local minutes as by chronological order regardless of incoming or outgoing call, i.e. the 1st 100mins consumed in the first week is free, thereafter paid as for the outgoing calls.

    or do they use the 1st 100mins of incoming call (which should already be free) as the free local mins?

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    Default Re: Curious about how starhub counts the free local minutes.

    outgoing 100 mins free, rite?

    incoming calls free.

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    Default Re: Curious about how starhub counts the free local minutes.

    Quote Originally Posted by jnet6 View Post
    outgoing 100 mins free, rite?

    incoming calls free.
    yep..incoming is free..

    the 100mins only applies to outgoing..therefore you only get charged from the 101 min onwards each month..

    assuming your plan comes with 100 mins free..the max rollover is 100mins only..

    so if you don't have any outgoing at all..the next month..you will have 200mins outgoing..but out of that 200 mins..you can only carry forward 100mins to the following month..
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    Default Re: Curious about how starhub counts the free local minutes.

    thanks. didn't know that. just feel that i dun seem to call out so often, but perhaps not...

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