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In answer to a current television ad, no, I don't think it would be great to be able to charge a can of soda to my cellphone.I realize that I'm in the minority in that view, so we're likely to be able to continue to charge more and more things other than telephone calls to our phone bills.I object strenuously to the misuse of international settlements payments, which are intended to compensate foreign telephone companies for the use of their domestic networks.Carrying a call ten meters from the inbound switch to a conference bridge in the next room is not what I consider "use of the domestic network." Worse, the charges are often inadequately disclosed, and the consumer has little or no protection against misleading or outright fraudulent use of these international numbers.S., especially if the call is completed with a 101xxxx company code different from the caller's default carrier.However, the very highest rates I have seen are in the range of /minute for calls to shipboard satellite phones and Antarctic research stations.(By "cost of international call carriage" I refer to the cost of carrying the call to the inbound international gateway of the destination country; see the example below.) The settlement may reach as high as

In answer to a current television ad, no, I don't think it would be great to be able to charge a can of soda to my cellphone.I realize that I'm in the minority in that view, so we're likely to be able to continue to charge more and more things other than telephone calls to our phone bills.I object strenuously to the misuse of international settlements payments, which are intended to compensate foreign telephone companies for the use of their domestic networks.Carrying a call ten meters from the inbound switch to a conference bridge in the next room is not what I consider "use of the domestic network." Worse, the charges are often inadequately disclosed, and the consumer has little or no protection against misleading or outright fraudulent use of these international numbers.S., especially if the call is completed with a 101xxxx company code different from the caller's default carrier.However, the very highest rates I have seen are in the range of $10/minute for calls to shipboard satellite phones and Antarctic research stations.(By "cost of international call carriage" I refer to the cost of carrying the call to the inbound international gateway of the destination country; see the example below.) The settlement may reach as high as $1 to $2 per minute.In the case of "telesleaze" numbers, the service operator will often place its equipment at the location where inbound international calls enter the country.

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In answer to a current television ad, no, I don't think it would be great to be able to charge a can of soda to my cellphone.

I realize that I'm in the minority in that view, so we're likely to be able to continue to charge more and more things other than telephone calls to our phone bills.

I object strenuously to the misuse of international settlements payments, which are intended to compensate foreign telephone companies for the use of their domestic networks.

Carrying a call ten meters from the inbound switch to a conference bridge in the next room is not what I consider "use of the domestic network." Worse, the charges are often inadequately disclosed, and the consumer has little or no protection against misleading or outright fraudulent use of these international numbers.

S., especially if the call is completed with a 101xxxx company code different from the caller's default carrier.

However, the very highest rates I have seen are in the range of $10/minute for calls to shipboard satellite phones and Antarctic research stations.

to per minute.In the case of "telesleaze" numbers, the service operator will often place its equipment at the location where inbound international calls enter the country.

The foreign telco's actual cost of handling the call is minimal, since it is carried literally a few meters within the same building. [No reference to any actual company is intended nor should be inferred.] You pick up your phone and dial a telesleaze number in the Republic of Hypothetica.

I do insist, though, that the process be clear and above board, with safeguards to protect against unauthorized or unwanted charges.

In particular, I want to be able to say up front that — no matter what options other people want to take advantage of — I don't want to be able to add onto my phone bill the cost of a can of soda, or a charitable donation, or a conference chat with lonely singles in my area, or a psychic reading, or a new refrigerator, or my car payment, or anything else except the cost of connecting my phone to someone else's phone.

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