call rate


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call rate

n
(Banking & Finance) the interest rate on a call loan
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RCom's "Welcome Offer" seeks to attract new prepaid customers with a "DoubleScoop Plan" with features such as full talk time, free data and a call rate of 25 paise per minute.
Prepaid customers can now call any network in Pakistan with the lowest call rate in the UAE -- 0.5 fils per second, with the country's lowest setup fee of Dh0.5 per call.
DUBAI Recent call rate cuts may raise the bar on the competition between etisalat and du, but Skype call rates are still way cheaper -- up to 7.5 times less, an XPRESS survey shows.
The 1 paisa call rate is phenomenally low, so much so that it is even more affordable then making local calls within the country.
Explaining the details of the new service, Dench said customers using Shahry Control will get a standardised call rate of QR 0.35/minute for peak rate local calls, and QR 0.30/minute for off-peak local calls.
The first set of packs is available for just QR50, for 30 minutes of talk time and a special bonus of 20 additional minutes, offering an effective call rate of QR1 per minute to any international destination.
The company said that reducing the UK call rate to GBP0.10 per minute makes the Lebara Mobile SIM card unique in the market by combining low-cost international calls - starting from GBP0.04 per minute - with a flat rate pre-paid tariff.
February 2001 -- The BOJ cuts the overnight call rate to 0.15 percent.
The Bank of Japan left its operating target, the uncollateralized overnight call rate, unchanged at 0.25 percent in January.
PlunketLine's unanswered call rate has also attracted comment.
KT, on the other hand, which opposes such a measure, has sustained a distorted call rate structure whereby LM income was made to cover losses from the operator's local call business, on the basis that it is a public enterprise.
Japan Telecom's basic fee will be either the same or lower than that of KDDI, and its local call rate will also be 0.1 yen cheaper than that of KDDI, the country's second largest phone operator, according to Softbank.