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An incoming call is a phone you that you receive when someone calls your phone.

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It's rare for any phone bill to show incoming calls - the purpose of the bill is to charge you for outgoing calls ! If my bill listed all my incoming calls - the phone company would need a forklift to deliver it !


The extra phone numbers might have been the incoming calls.


There is no way to hide outgoing calls from your cell phone bill. Itemized billing shows calls, MMS, SMS and GPRS activity on your phone with date, time, duration and cost.


You can't normally get a list of incoming calls - as they're not charged to you (and thus don't need to be itemised on a bill).


No, a landline phone bill doesn't show incoming numbers, blocked or otherwise.


To track calls you can use the 'Cell tracker' App for Andriod but if your son doesn't have an Andriod phone you can call his network provider/cell phone company and ask for a copy of the bill. The bill shows exactly who he has been calling.


No. Incoming calls are not billed on basic land line service, so no record is made. Any billing information would be saved only at the location of the line that made the call, if it is a chargeable call.


I have a land line (rather than a cell phone) and nobody's number who phones me shows up on my phone bill.


Many telephones these days are equipped with what is called caller ID. A caller ID can usually store about 20 - 100 incoming calls in total. If it is a mobile phone, you should get a report when you receive a bill. If it is a prepaid phone, you will have to refer to your caller ID or pay additionally per month.


Depending on your carrier, it could mean any number of things: 1. Some carriers show calls to voicemail as an incoming call to yourself. 2. It could mean that there was a billing error. 3. It could mean that someone "spoofed" their Caller ID when calling you to display your number as the caller.


Outgoing calls should be itemised on your bill. Incoming calls are not usually listed (because you're not charged to receive calls !) If that's not your number - you have no right to access the calls information !


That depends on what you mean. On the phone that is making the call, and on that person's phone bill, the call will show up at the time in the time zone from which the call was placed. The phone of the person receiving the call, and that person's phone bill (if, for example, you pay for incoming calls on a cellphone), will show the call at the time it was received.


All incoming and outgoing calls will be listed on the bill. The bill is available either in paper form or on-line at www.t-mobile.com.


It depends on if your on a cell phone or on your house phone. On cell phones, some people have a certain amount of minutes that are free. Cell phones also have certain times at night that it will not cost you anything. Cell phones can also have free weekends if you get that. Your house phone always shows long distance phone calls and sometimes your phone shows local phone calls. It really depends on what kind of plan or phone you have got.


yes, but that doesn't mean that you have to pay for it. The person calling you long distance is paying for it, unless he/she called a "collect call" then you have to accept then pay.


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The content of a phone bill varies a lot. Most will show calls made, with number date and time, as well as digital connections, with data used and date and time. Calls received and details about the data usage are not normally shown on your bill. For example, if you visit a particular website on your phone, it will not show as the name of the site. It will just show that you used so much data at a particular time.


Out of Area are usally bill collectors or telemarketers.


There is a plan, that you pay 1$ extra on your monthly bill. but the only downside to it is you can only your outgoing calls. now if you want to see the incoming calls you have to get a court order so metro pcs can release to their security company. BUT BESIDES ALL THAT FOR A DOLLAR MORE YOU CAN YOUR STATEMENT ONLINE..


Yes, Provided you have applied for it. In family's case we are keeping track of the phone calls.


look at recent calls or try notebook on a cell phone. redial or press the green button for recent calls or just check out the phone bill.


the lg dare bill is determined by your plan. for instance if you text, make phone calls and go on the internet chances are your phone bill will be high.


Prank calls can be reported to the Phone Company as harassing phone calls. The person making the calls (including the person who pays the phone bill) can be charged with a crime. Therefore, it is NOT a good idea to make prank phone calls. Plus, if the receiver has Caller ID or Callback Features on their phone, they can easily find out your phone number--and you could invite even more problems.



International phone calls are an inevitable part of many businesses, and it is actually a positive sign that your company has a global outreach. However, it is important to find a good provider for your international phone calls so that you do not have a ridiculously high phone bill each month.



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