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will i get charge for calling but they didn't pick up or cancle the call
November 8, 2015
3:11 pm
kevin25081998
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will i get charge for calling but they didn't pick up or cancle the call
also will i get charge for listen(the other call me) to a call if so what is the rate

November 9, 2015
2:00 am
iamdrumming
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Yes, you get charged as soon as you press the send key. Likewise, you'll get charged when you press the answer key. The rates can be found on the home page of this site, as well on the official SpeakOut site.

November 11, 2015
8:35 am
46jimbo
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I'll have to disagree with you on this one, Iamdrumming. I just tested it, and if the other party does not pick up the phone, there is no deduction from my account.

I use this feature all the time. For example, we drive my wife's mum to the doctor. I go park somewhere and my wife calls me when I am to come back to pick them up. She lets the phone ring only once or twice and I don't pick it up. This is our pre-arranged signal and neither of us pays.

November 11, 2015
12:15 pm
iamdrumming
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Disagree with me? How dare you!! :) jk

I have found the opposite to be true in the past, and I have tested it as well. Maybe SpeakOut has changed. I have been deducted the $0.25 on a local call as soon as I pressed "send." The other person didn't pick up (it rang about 4 times), but I was deducted. If it's changed it's a good thing.