|Re: Unanswered Calls to Cell Phones?|
|Seth Breidbart (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Fri, 6 Jan 2006 01:23:11 UTC
In article <email@example.com>,|
> John Levine wrote:
>> No extortion involved. If someone held a gun to your head or
>> Since you choose to use a payphone, you choose to absorb that cost. A
> Utter nonsense. It IS extortion.
> When you are in an emergency situation (ie in a hospital) and they
No, you are not forced to use their phone.
I've been in a hospital where they didn't allow cellphone use. I
If you want Chinese food at 3 AM, and the only Chinese restaurant in
> As others pointed out, all charges the customer pays on a pay phone
Just like almost every other business.
> Unlike normal businesses, pay phone providers do not have to tell you
They don't? Did you ask?
> you only find out a month later when you get the bill.
When I use a pay phone, I put money in. I know the price at the time
If I want to charge the call to something else (a calling card or
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