1. rsarno's Avatar
    so lets say i have a plan that only includes 10 minutes (lets just say)

    i call my wife who is on verizion and spend 10min on the phone

    and then i call my boss who is not on verizon and spend another 10 minutes

    when my bill comes am i 10min over my plan?

    i guess my question is, do the "in network" calls count against my minutes?

    thanks
    11-02-08 07:48 PM
  2. jm2hill's Avatar
    it depends on your plan

    post the details of your plan

    if you have free network calling then your wifes minutes wouldnt count against you but your bosses would

    if you don't all minutes count against you no matter the network
    11-02-08 07:56 PM
  3. faydina's Avatar
    This is normally how I see my minutes described on my bill:
    -anytime
    -night and weekend
    -IN-calling

    Anytime minutes are for calls made between 6am-9pm M-F, if you have night and weekend minutes.

    Night and weekend minutes are used for calls made between 9pm-6am M-F and anytime Sat-Sun.

    IN-calling are minutes used between VZW-VZW calls (e.g. If you have VZW and call another VZW person, these minutes are used)

    Hope this helps.

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    11-03-08 10:44 AM
  4. John Yester's Avatar
    This is normally how I see my minutes described on my bill:
    -anytime
    -night and weekend
    -IN-calling

    Anytime minutes are for calls made between 6am-9pm M-F, if you have night and weekend minutes.

    Night and weekend minutes are used for calls made between 9pm-6am M-F and anytime Sat-Sun.

    IN-calling are minutes used between VZW-VZW calls (e.g. If you have VZW and call another VZW person, these minutes are used)

    Hope this helps.

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    You are correct but also In calling doesn't use any minutes at all, you still have a total to be used for non verizon cells.
    11-03-08 01:00 PM
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