Kenn Humborg wrote:
> For example, she looked at my last bill which had 122pounds of calls.
> 72pounds of that would be eligible for discounts. Forgot to ask
> exactly how they allocate the 50pounds across the different call
OK, the scheme I'm referring to is called TalkSaver (see
http://www.eircom.ie/AtHome/Products/Talksaver.html for more
info). Padraig Brady was referring to Business Savers which
applies to business accounts (but seems to offer pretty much
the same deal (http://www.eircom.ie/InBusiness/Products/business.html).
The 50 pounds limit is implemented by applying no discount to
the first 50pounds-worth of calls in the billing period and
then applying the discount to all subsequent calls.
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