I purchased a landline subscription for 3 months, and i have 60 minutes per month to call to landlines.If i can´t use all the 60 minutes in a month shouldn´t i be able to use next month the minutes that left over the previous month plus the 60 minutes for that month, and always like that the next months?
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If you have a fixed-minute subscription (60, 120 or 400 minutes), your calling allowance is reset each month. If you have unused minutes, they are not carried over from month to month.
However, if you buy an unlimited subscription* you don’t need to worry about reaching your monthly allowance. We have unlimited subscriptions for calls to landlines in more than 40 destinations (and for some destinations, calls to mobiles are included too).
And if you buy some Skype Credit, you can use it to pay for calls to other countries and mobile phones that are not covered by your subscription.
*A fair usage policy applies.
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I've compared the prices for minute subscription and I can't understand the idea of it.
For example here in Sweden I can get 60 minutes to landline phones for 8.49SEK/month.
With such a subscription I get the calls for 0.142SEK/minute.
Without a subscription (Pay as you go) I get the calls for 0.183SEK/minute.
If I do the math correctly here I save 0.041SEK/minute by having this subscription. For 60 minutes this would be 2.46SEK.
Yet the subscription cost 8.49SEK so I will actually pay 6.03SEK MORE when having such a subscription.
What am I missing here? What's the idea of having such a subscription?