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January 16, 2007

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Pat Phelan

This has already happened in Ireland Andy with the three cellular companies offering calls to China for under 5c and most of far Europe for under 10c from the customers mobile phones.
No wonder I have to look to the USA for new business :-)
Vodafone number one in Ireland
http://www.vodafone.ie/myhomecountry/index.jsp

call china for 5c from your mobile!!!!!!!!

O2 number two in Ireland have launched their own phone card using a prefix exclusive to them www.call15.com


Meteor number 3 in Ireland
http://www.meteor.ie/payg_plans_anytime_international.html

Moshe Maeir

Not only will calls be free - you can easily make money "selling" free calls - due to the crazy tariff regime. Anyone can do it as I detailed at http://flatplanetphone.com/wordpress/?p=31

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