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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by cc999, Jul 20, 2008.

  1. cc999 macrumors 6502

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    Here is the scenario, I have a Blackberry for Work usage. Just purchased an IPhone 3G. I have calls forwarded from my Blackberry to my Iphone. This works perfectly. Here is the question, my family members have Verizon phones with the Verizon to Verizon free time calls. If one of my family members calls my Verizon line that get connected to my Iphone does this constitute a Verizon to Verizon no fee call?????


    Thanks
    Charlie C
     
  2. alexmarchuk macrumors 6502a

    alexmarchuk

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    I don't believe so. Since you don't connect to the blackberry, you connect to the AT&T line. Though they might charge the minutes to your BB account. Again, I could be wrong.
     
  3. Surely Guest

    Surely

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    I am assuming that your Blackberry is your Verizon phone.

    I believe that it does constitute a Verizon to Verizon call. It wouldn't be known to your family members if you are forwarding your calls from your Verizon phone to your AT&T phone. They are just calling your Verizon phone. However, on your end, it would also use up you AT&T minutes since your calls are being forwarded to your iPhone on AT&T, and AT&T minutes need to be utilized.

    Call Verizon and ask to confirm.
     

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