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Why do the cell phone companies continue to charge its subscribers for incoming calls?
Shouldn't subscribers pay only for the call that we make to other subscribers? I believe subscribers need a break from these charges, because the cell phone providers have been double dipping for too long. What is your opinion?
I second you.It is grossly unfair to be charged for an incoming call when the other party is charged for an outgoing call. I wonder if there is a way for consumers to rally and fight this.
I really do not know whether cell phone companies continue to charges its subscribers for incoming calls. In my country (India) almost every cell phone subscribers make incoming calls free of cost for every one.
If some where in this world cell phone companies still continue to charge its subscribers for incoming calls then its really strange for me.
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how do i track where a cell phone is exactly?
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