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2010-02-09 23:48:45

No, it does not cost to send a message. If you want to call a cell phone or home phone you have to pay. On the page it says video call or just call you don't have to pay for those. At the beginning you get one free call to a cell or home phone, but that's it. yes this person is absolutely correct.

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