I'm on Koodo Prepaid with 200 minutes of voice booster (100 that I paid for + 100 that I got for free for registering my credit card). I know that if I check my voicemail using my Koodo phone, the call time will be counted against whatever minutes I have. But if I check using a landline or a different mobile number, will I still be charged for the time I'm accessing voicemail from that non-Koodo phone? My understanding is that it shouldn't, but the reason I ask is because I was checking out the "Usage History" tab in Koodo Prepaid Self Serve, and it shows all of the calls I made to my Koodo voicemail while I was using my other (non-Koodo) line. Looking at the attached screenshot, you can see the eight voice calls using my non-Koodo phone to access my voicemail (I checked in the Koodo community boards, and the number 6475804001 is the local voicemail access number, and it does correspond to when I made those calls and how long they lasted). So it doesn't make sense to me that Koodo would track my voicemail access from my non-Koodo phone, unless they were actually planning to charge (i.e. count against my allocated minutes) me for it. Thoughts?