reverse-charge call

Translations

reverse-charge call

[rɪˌvɜːstʃɑːdʒˈkɔːl] n (Brit) (Telec) → telefonata a carico (del destinatario)
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In 2005 we told how the Advertising Standards Authority slated it over its reverse-charge call service posters that didn't say what the cost would be.
Lord Coe is a director of 0800 Reverse Ltd, which stuck posters in phoneboxes tempting people to use its reverse-charge call service.
He was only found two hours later when his gran called the airport after receiving a reverse-charge call from her grandson.
Explorer David Hempleman-Adams, who also gets an OBE, heard about his award by making a reverse-charge call to Downing Street.
It was nearly 4am before she contacted her estranged husband with a reverse-charge call and he picked her up.
Bosses at Perth Prison refused to pay for his ticket out of town, and he had to spend 20 minutes making reverse-charge calls from a phone box at the bus station in a bid to find somewhere to sleep.