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International calls & Provider

It says on the box World wide, can i make free phone calls any ehere in the world? and how is the provider?

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  • MM 99 Dec 29, 2007

    I was shocked with your reply!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    I didn't buy it yet (Thank GOD) and you want to start charging me for initial set-up!!!!!!!!!!!!

    All i wanted to know is:

    Who is your third party line provider so i can contact them to set it up

    otherwise it is useless device!!!!!!!!!!



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