. I am a snowbird in the US and would like to use the US Roaming Booster - would be cheaper than my US provider. However -if I am have a Canadian area code - doesn't that mean that if local callers with US providers call me - won't they be charged long-distance rates by their provider since they are calling a Canadian number?
Best answer by Sophia
People calling are charged according to the number they are calling, not the location where the phone is physically. So US callers would have to pay LD to Canada if they call you on your Canadian number even if they'd be standing right next to you.View original