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Friday, December 30, 2005

A New Way To Contact Us

We've just added an online voicemail service to the show, so you can call and leave us a voicemail from your phone! The number is (206) 339-3457. It's a toll free charge but you will have to pay any long distance fees if that applies to your calling plans. So give us a call and leave a message, you might end up on the next show if you do. - CJ


At 4:18 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, I am in the UK and use voipcheap which gives me free calls to US landlines and mobiles, will this be included in the "normal" Landline numbers????

At 9:27 AM, Blogger Pod2Peer said...

I don't know how the pricing plan works with that service, but it is a
regular US landline number, so if your service says that a US landline
number is free, then it should be fine. You can always contact their
customer support and find out. We look forward to hearing from you. - CJ

At 8:58 PM, Anonymous pod2peer.bryan said...


How the fuck is it toll free if you have to pay for it?

To anonymous,

If you can call the US for free than that number will be free too.

I used Skypeout credits to call it from Japan and it cost me .017 euros for a minute and 6 seconds.

At 3:43 AM, Blogger Pod2Peer said...

It's toll free in the sense that there isnt a charge added onto the call, just the regular long distance crap, but we get no cash for the calls. I say this cause there are a few podcasts out there that will charge for the call to help support their cast. We dont do that, we would be utter hippocrits to charge for anyting. That's why I say it's toll free aside from the regualr distance charges, which is actually a disclaimer that has to be made here in the states, or you can get sued for people making phone calls and getting charged, it's stupid, I know, but sometimes you actually have to follow the law to save yer own booty. - CJ

At 2:51 PM, Anonymous Richie said...

Aha! Thanks for explaining yersel charlie! To us in the UK we don't understand all this tollfree stuff! To me it jsut sounds like americanised bs!

Thanks for your help.



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