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Post and Communications and Internet

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Telephone: You'll find mainly TP's phone booths (de facto monopoly). You buy 'pulses'; one pulse is:
  • local:
    • 8-22: 3min.
    • 22-8: 6min.
  • countrywide:
    • 8-18, Mon-Fri: 43.5sec.
    • 8-18 weekends: 58sec.
    • 18-8: 87sec.
  • international (there are 9 zones):
    1. 14.5sec. (mainly EU)
    2. 12.5sec. (Eastern Europe)
    3. 11.2sec.
    4. 10.3sec. (Russia)
    5. 9.32sec.
    6. 8.7sec. (USA)
    7. 8.3sec.
    8. 5.4sec.
    9. 2.8sec. (far East)
    Regardless of 'pulse' time, in international calls you are charged for 3 minutes initially and then for every started minute.
To use payphones you need cards:
  • chip types:
    • 15 pulses: 9zł,
    • 30 pulses: 15zł,
    • 60 pulses: 24zł.
  • Magnetic stripe- there is only one, 15 pulses type as they are being withdrawn.
Every card has expiry date printed; if it hasn't, expiry date is 2005-01-01.
I wish they made it easier... :-)
, Fax, Internet Access ...


Edited byantymat on 11.04.2004 on 11.04.2004

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