Pioneer 2.7 Rate Buster User Review
Pioneer Telephone Service
By: Michael Burns on Wednesday, April 28, 2010
From Columbus (United States)
Experience: 90 Days
Pros: Price, customer service, auto pay, e-mail statementsCons: NoneSummary: The on-line registration was extremely simple - just completed an on-line form and everything was handled electronically. Pioneer switched the service. Everything went smoothly, and there was no interuption of service and no noticeable difference in quality. My mother had to move to a nursing home but I can't visit that often because I live far away, so I try to call her a few times a week. The cost was becoming an issue - as much as my cable tv bill. The low cost of this service through Pioneer allows me to call her every day at about 10% of the cost of the bill from my previous long distance service provider.
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Long Distance - Did you know?Many people think using Calling Cards are less expensive than using regular long distance. How can this be? Don’t they have to pay for the usage of the same lines as everyone else? Sure they do, but calling card companies have become experts in marketing tactics!
Read the fine print of the calling card, they often charge for units, not minutes. A unit can be any measure of time they decide, plus they often have minimum call amounts and round up to the next unit. The bottom line is, they have done the math, and it’s going to cost most people more money than selecting a good long distance plan.
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