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Question about Off-Peak calls
IcyAeon
Member

Hi guys, I was just wondering if I made a call at 5 AM on a weekday which is supposed to be during off-peak hours, what if I stayed on the phone for say 3 hours until 8 AM? Also, the other person I'd be calling wouldn't be on Verizon.. So my question is if I make a call at 5 AM and stay on till 8 AM will the whole call count as off-peak minutes or will it start charging minutes once it hits 6 AM?

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Re: Question about Off-Peak calls
Andreas601
Novice

BambooHead wrote:
You will be billed for the minutes once it hits 6:01 a.m.

Exactly, but vice versa, if you start a one hour call at 8:58 p.m., you will only be charged peak minutes until 9:01 p.m., then it's unlimited.

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Re: Question about Off-Peak calls
BambooHead
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You will be billed for the minutes once it hits 6:01 a.m.
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Re: Question about Off-Peak calls
Andreas601
Novice

BambooHead wrote:
You will be billed for the minutes once it hits 6:01 a.m.

Exactly, but vice versa, if you start a one hour call at 8:58 p.m., you will only be charged peak minutes until 9:01 p.m., then it's unlimited.

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