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Default Best rate in Germany ? - 28-04-2007, 11:49

Hi boys, I must go in Germany.
I must call always the same number and speaks many time ( few hours a day)
What is the best tarif( and the option) with prepaid cards?
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Default 28-04-2007, 12:37

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Hi boys, I must go in Germany.
I must call always the same number and speaks many time ( few hours a day)
What is the best tarif( and the option) with prepaid cards?
Thanks
Hello,
if you want to call a landline number it will be sunsim with 8ct/min
Mobiles can be reached for 14ct/min with ALDI (Medion) cards

If you want to make looong calls you can choose the Vodafone Callya with "OpenEnd". It cost 39ct per call to landlines and vodafone mobiles.

Chris


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Default 28-04-2007, 12:54

It's not a landline number.


In Italy there is a options like Vodafone you and me that with a 1 ct /min , 2 vodafone numbers can to speak. Is there in Germany an option like this?
   
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Default 28-04-2007, 18:46

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It's not a landline number.


In Italy there is a options like Vodafone you and me that with a 1 ct /min , 2 vodafone numbers can to speak. Is there in Germany an option like this?
In which network do you need to call? Or do you need two simcards with the cheapest option to talk between them?

ALDI-Simcards talk between each other for 4ct/min for example.

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Default 29-04-2007, 09:28

Smobil have a 1-cent rate between smobil numbers, but it's limited to 3 hours per month.

If you are going to be calling overseas, there's really only one choice, and that's Blauworld and its clones (however, calls within Germany are 19 cents).


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Default 29-04-2007, 12:55

I need two simcards with the cheapest option to talk between them... I founded the option xtra non stop with t-mobile or call ya open end with vodafone.I pay only 0.39 ct for discussione. It's very good.
is it like i say or i had understood bad?
   
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Default 29-04-2007, 19:43

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I need two simcards with the cheapest option to talk between them... I founded the option xtra non stop with t-mobile or call ya open end with vodafone.I pay only 0.39 ct for discussione. It's very good.
is it like i say or i had understood bad?
Yes, it is like that.
As far as i know they disconnect the calls automatically after 60 minutes. So it makes 39ct for 1hour which is quite a good deal.

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Default 30-04-2007, 00:29

On the T-Mobile network calls are disconnected after 2 hours, on the D2 network (VF) they can last up to 12 hours.

Apart from Nonstop and OpenEnd there are several provider that charge 0,04 or 0,05/min. on-tariff calls, Smobil even offers a rate of 0,01/min. however this is limited to a maximum of 200 min. per month (and AFAIK Smobil cards are quite hard to get for foreigners).
With some SIM on the E-Plus network you can also get free on-net or on-tariff minutes, however I don't think that'd be worth it in this case.


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