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M-budget vs swisscom

I was in the swisscom shop, the lady in front went through, got her package and is having it done Tuesday. I am told I should go with M-budget from migros and when I asked why would i have different from the lady in front he says because she wants to pay more

Anyone know the real difference?

Also I'm told I need an electrician to install it, any idea? He had " friend' to do it for me, for a fee. Swisscom doesn't offer this?
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I was in the swisscom shop, the lady in front went through, got her package and is having it done Tuesday. I am told I should go with M-budget from migros and when I asked why would i have different from the lady in front he says because she wants to pay more

Anyone know the real difference?

Also I'm told I need an electrician to install it, any idea? He had " friend' to do it for me, for a fee. Swisscom doesn't offer this?
AFAIK Swisscom offers packages where calls to all mobile networks are included, whereas with M-Budget only calls to M-Budget phones are included and others cost extra. So in short you'll probably pay significantly more with M-Budget if you have most of your contacts on providers other than M-Budget than you would with Swisscom. But there are probably other benefits/disadvantages of both providers which other EFers can detail for you - or the Swisscom webpage.
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AFAIK Swisscom offers packages where calls to all mobile networks are included, whereas with M-Budget only calls to M-Budget phones are included and others cost extra. So in short you'll probably pay significantly more with M-Budget if you have most of your contacts on providers other than M-Budget than you would with Swisscom. But there are probably other benefits/disadvantages of both providers which other EFers can detail for you - or the Swisscom webpage.

the swisscom site isn't working for me tonight. I ring international a lot and he said swisscom would be more, had not thought of mobiles. In france one thing that was cheap was telephone service
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Re: M-budget vs swisscom

You need to search for "Friends with benefits" then you can get some help from people like this, http://www.solarissystems.co.uk/index.php?page=contact

You must prefix every dialled or stored number with the numbers 10881 and the cost of calls is much reduced, and charged to your credit card. Before the call is connected there is an (optional) announcement stating the call cost.

It's in German, I can't find a French explanation, www.10881.ch
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You need to search for "Friends with benefits" then you can get some help from people like this, http://www.solarissystems.co.uk/index.php?page=contact

You must prefix every dialled or stored number with the numbers 10881 and the cost of calls is much reduced, and charged to your credit card. Before the call is connected there is an (optional) announcement stating the call cost.

It's in German, I can't find a French explanation, www.10881.ch

I'm lost
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