Our Tariff
Call Source Caller rate gross Gold Platin Diamond
Minute Call Minute Call Minute Call Minute Call
1882 landlines 2.0000 0.0000 0.7026 0.0000 0.8449 0.0000 0.9359 0.0000
1890 landlines 4.0000 0.0000 1.6142 0.0000 1.8201 0.0000 1.9387 0.0000
1894 landlines 5.0000 0.0000 2.0442 0.0000 2.2801 0.0000 2.4117 0.0000
1898 landlines 0.0000 5.0000 0.0000 2.0442 0.0000 2.2801 0.0000 2.4117
1900 landlines 0.0000 10.0000 0.0000 4.2802 0.0000 4.6721 0.0000 4.8713
1902 landlines 0.0000 20.0000 0.0000 8.7522 0.0000 9.4561 0.0000 9.7905
Setup Costs
30.00 CAD
Time to Activate
Time of Notice
Monthly Costs
30.00 CAD
Routing Costs within EU
0.0200 EUR (VOIP forwarding free)
Payout Time
60 days after End of month (+/- 5 days)
Further tariffs on requestCallers under the age of 18 cannot be charged more then 3.00 CAD per call.
Landline Users
Mobile Users
Internet Users
Exchange Rate
Canada is a multicultural and bilingual nation with English and French-speaking people which occupies the northern portion of North America and has the second largest total area of any country in the world.  Canada also has the longest single country border in the world with the United States to its south.  Canada contains ten provinces and three territories and its primary business sector is comprised of logging and petroleum industries. Canada has a well-established Premium Rates Market, heavily influenced by the UK Regulator, and for this reason, there are restrictions on content and behaviors provided by service numbers.  In Canada, 900 content providers are required to waive all reasonably disputed 900 charges for first-time disputes, and to advise customers who dispute 900 service charges of the call blocking feature to protect them from future fees.  900 content providers are also prohibited from using programs that use repetitive scripts, long holding periods, excessive wording or long downloading features in order to prolong the call and increase charges, regardless of whether their calls are billed by a 900 content provider, a telephone company, or another agent. The federal government levies a multi-stage sales tax of 7% on goods and services (6% from 1 July 2006), that is called the Goods and Services Tax (GST), and, in some provinces, the Harmonized Sales Tax (HST). The GST/HST is similar to a value-added tax.  We provide value-added services for all our Premium Rate Services to offset these costs. Provincial sales tax rates at the retail level on goods and some services are as follows: British Columbia: 7% Normal 0 21 false false false DE X-NONE X-NONE Ontario: 8% Saskatchewan: 7% Prince Edward Island: 10% Manitoba: 7% Quebec: 7.5%
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