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Johnny, Your are my man. You know we are Chinese. We love working of course we love money too.
Ricky: I was the one that called you today. We spoke this morning. "No shirt for you" is a joke from a famous sitcom here in the states, Seinfeld. There was this guy who was a brilliant soup maker, and everyone bowed their heads waiting for their soup and if they pissed him off, he said: "No soup for you." We had a great conversation -- it was just a joke. Thanks for the great product.
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Unfortunately, a call to Hong Kong cost almost as much as 1 shirt, but it's the price we pay.
You need a new long distance provider. That, or get yourself set up for international dialing via your current provider. It's a few dollars more per month, but the cost goes down to something like $0.15/min to HK. And that's on a cell phone. To my knowledge, there's no commitment on these plans. Sign up, make your calls and then unsub the next month. Costs you about $5 total instead of $20+. Granted, you do have to deal with the phone people . . .
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Unfortunately, a call to Hong Kong cost almost as much as 1 shirt, but it's the price we pay.
You need a new long distance provider. That, or get yourself set up for international dialing via your current provider. It's a few dollars more per month, but the cost goes down to something like $0.15/min to HK. And that's on a cell phone. To my knowledge, there's no commitment on these plans. Sign up, make your calls and then unsub the next month. Costs you about $5 total instead of $20+. Granted, you do have to deal with the phone people . . .
Or buy a prepaid phone card in a ethnic neighborhood averaging about $.12/minute to Europe or $.15/minutes to HK.
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Unfortunately, a call to Hong Kong cost almost as much as 1 shirt, but it's the price we pay.
You need a new long distance provider. That, or get yourself set up for international dialing via your current provider. It's a few dollars more per month, but the cost goes down to something like $0.15/min to HK. And that's on a cell phone. To my knowledge, there's no commitment on these plans. Sign up, make your calls and then unsub the next month. Costs you about $5 total instead of $20+. Granted, you do have to deal with the phone people . . .
I have flat national (USA) long distance, and that works fine for me 99.985% of the time. Thanks anyway. "Maybe he had no friends." - Lt Col. Nathan Jessup, USMC
post #50 of 50
Wow, a surprise guest appearance by Ricky Ho. For us shirt fans, that's like flipping thorugh the channels and happening on the Stones coming on Letterman unanounced and playing Sympathy For the Devil. Ricky, you made my evening and you make my shirts.
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