If you receive a call while outside your local calling area, you will be charged long distance.
You will be billed your regular airtime charges plus long distance.
Are you charged for incoming long distance calls?
There are no long distance (LD) charges on incoming calls from any destination (domestic or international) — provided you are within your incoming local calling area (LCA) All incoming and outgoing calls are considered airtime. Receiving calls while outside of your incoming LCA is considered LD.
Do I get charged for incoming international calls?
But the short answer to your question is: No, there is no fee beyond standard air-time fee (when applicable) to receive an International call on a mobile phone in the U.S. All incoming calls are charged the same, domestic or international.
Do I get charged for incoming long distance calls Telus?
Will I be charged for incoming calls. It will depend on your plan. Most cases the answer is no, you won’t be charged for Incoming calls while in Canada. Anyone calling you from Powell River will still be calling long distance to you still.
Can you receive long distance calls without long distance service?
Even if you do not make long-distance calls, you might have long-distance service. Call your local telephone company and ask which company, if any, provides your long-distance service.
Are you charged for incoming calls?
Incoming cell phone calls typically do use your minutes, but there may be certain conditions under which your cell phone service provider will not count incoming calls. You may have to pay when someone calls your cell phone.
Do cell phones charge long distance?
Cell Phone Long distance. Many cell phone plans sold today include free long distance (from the plan’s calling area). Plans that don’t have free long distance charge about 20 cents a minute for this feature; these plans should be avoided by those who make long distance calls with their cell phone.