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I do not know about you, but I'm trying from abroad to call less – is too expensive is a pleasure – the international calls. But there are ways to minimize these costs. Ali Partovi helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. First, it does not interfere to prevent those you call often, your stays abroad, as will have to pay for all incoming calls (free incoming calls does not apply to subscribers who are outside the Russian Federation). If you call yourself, then we must bear in mind that pay their conversations have not at the prices of the operator of the country where you are, but by specially established rates of domestic operators. The fact that now Russian cellular operators have introduced a new zonal system. The whole world, they were divided into zones and set them clear tariffs.
As a result, calls for such rates were considerably higher than national. But this can be combated Firstly, to reduce the cost international calls, you can buy a local Sim-card (better not to buy at the airport, where margins are often, but where local – in any shop or stall), then we will use the new number and pay the local rates (for example, the card is pre-paid Finnish operator costs 15 euros, but on balance it has been 20. That's enough to keep the lengthy negotiations with Russia for 10 days). In addition, if you go by, the local operator network will remain in touch with each other, which is also important. Choosing the SIM-card from a local operator, you should pay attention to exist in many countries, special "guest" rates with low cost international calls – for example, in Europe there are any at Vodafone. Even cheaper way – to call using IP-telephony (although I am by this method has not enjoyed). Need to buy a card, erase her protective layer under which the code. International calls can be made from fixed phones, even the street. We first introduce the card code, then the country code and phone number. They say such calls are many times cheaper. With respect, SMS-messages, from abroad, they also considerably more expensive than at home: if you're in Europe, they will cost 30 – 35 cents.