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you cut off my phone while I was on it when I had just toped up at about 3 weeks ago and told then I had 500.000 minutes at that time. I was on a business call. When I finally got through to you I was told you were closed.As you can tell I am very upset with your sevice
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Best answer by rikkster 14 March 2016, 06:31

Hi Joyce, Three weeks to present day is a fair amount of time to have elapsed. 500 minutes equals 8.33 hours. If you're making lengthy business or personal calls locally on a daily basis, you'll use up your minutes that much quicker. If making long distance calls, a 1 minute call from Canada to a U.S. destination will deduct 2 minutes. A 1 minute call from Canada to international destinations will deduct 5 minutes. So it would depend on where you called and the duration of your calls. I'm on prepaid as well and it's our responsibility to keep track of minutes. Dialing 611 from your phone will allow you to check how many minutes you have available 24/7 without having to speak with a customer rep. Or you can login to your prepaid self serve account, again 24/7 and view your minute usage/balance there.

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Hi Joyce, Three weeks to present day is a fair amount of time to have elapsed. 500 minutes equals 8.33 hours. If you're making lengthy business or personal calls locally on a daily basis, you'll use up your minutes that much quicker. If making long distance calls, a 1 minute call from Canada to a U.S. destination will deduct 2 minutes. A 1 minute call from Canada to international destinations will deduct 5 minutes. So it would depend on where you called and the duration of your calls. I'm on prepaid as well and it's our responsibility to keep track of minutes. Dialing 611 from your phone will allow you to check how many minutes you have available 24/7 without having to speak with a customer rep. Or you can login to your prepaid self serve account, again 24/7 and view your minute usage/balance there.

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