You're right, Justin, ".ca" means Canada....
I do not have the benefit of a ISP with a 'world-wide' number, so I had
to call directly my ISP here in Toronto, hence the LD.
Let's be frank here, I was not so stupid to think that I would get the
LD call for free....but, on the other hand, not too bright to figure out
that it would be THAT EXPENSIVE!
Justin C. Haase wrote:
I'm wondering if the .ca in the leo@xxxxxx has anything to do with the
long-distance charges. That and the $x.xx US. Sounds like an
out-of-country call to me, in which case hotels usually don't hold anything
From: Al Barsa [mailto:barsa@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2003 11:18 AM
To: Midrange Systems Technical Discussion
Subject: Re: COMMON at Gaylord Palm, Orlando
That's too much money. The rip-off Gaylord was 20 minutes free and $.10 per
minute for local calls.
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