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Earn credit while talking Earn credit while talking

07 July 2005
Written by Albert Malik

Yesterday, Telstra unveiled a new mobile offer for pre-paid customers. By answering a call from any phone in Australia, Telstra pre-paid subscribers can earn five cents for every minute they talk towards their mobile credit. Telstra calls the service “Telstra Pre-Paid Plus Call Credits”. While five cents per minute may not seem like much, especially to spend-conscious people, if you are a popular person and receive many calls over a number of days, then you stand to make a fair few dollars that will count to your credit balance every month.

Telstra has provided a few examples: if a customer receives three calls a day, every day of the month, each with a length of four minutes, then that customer can add up to $18 credit to their account. A customer that receives eight calls a day for a month, each call being four minutes long, can add up to $48 a month.

Telstra says it is the first service of its kind in Australia, and is available to all new pre-paid customers as well as existing ones who choose to take it up. There are no time restrictions to talk and receive credit, and customers will receive credit if called from any phone service within Australia, be that a landline, public phone or mobile phone.

The only requirement is that you must have credit in your pre-paid account to be able to earn more credit from receiving calls and talking. The offer is already available now from Telstra, with more information available at http://www.telstraprepaidplus.com.

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