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Old 17.09.2017, 16:22
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Free calls between two numbers without monthly cost?

I am looking for a solution where you can talk between two numbers for free (practically) without monthly subscription. I found Aldi Starter Set, but I am not sure if it works as I think it works.

1. You can speak from ALDI SUISSE mobile to ALDI SUISSE mobile for free.
2. You can buy a starter set for 10 CHF and recharge it if it is necessary.If I understand well, you will not use that money if you only call another ALDI SUISSE mobile.

You don't have to pay anything besides the initial cost of the starter set, do you?

I also checked other mobile companies, but nobody has what I need:

- LycaMobile: They don't have prepaid options (without montly costs).
- Migros: You cannot talk for free.
- Coop: You cannot talk for free.
- Yall0: Does not have prepaid option without montly cost.
- Sunrise: Cannot talk for free.
- Salt: The closest for my problem, but it is more like for tourists or seasonal workers.

Does the ALDI SUISEE mobil works as I think? Do you know any other companies? Thanks!
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Old 17.09.2017, 16:44
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Re: Free calls between two numbers without monthly cost?

I know what you mean, Orange used to offer that (up to three numbers, which you had to chose) which would be Salt now.
A quick google search didn't show any offers for Switzerland (Germany seems to have more offers on that).
So I guess Aldi would be your best bet.
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