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I have many spare minutes a month and was wondering what to do with them when I came across this. Basically you dial a landline number and collect points which equal minutes to national and international destinations.

See this for more details

http://www.qxcall.co.uk/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=26&Itemid=113

QX Dial+ is a system where you can collect points and spend on calling international destinations extra cheap. For example, you can call india for less than 1p/min and UAE for about 1.5p/min.

You can collect points in many different ways, mostly by calling a certain number, depending on what is available to you. Some are cheaper than another or even free. You can collect points from different methods and combine them together into single account to be used together.

The system also offers flexibility in managing your account. You can assign points you collected to be spent on any phone that you register the numbers with us. Or, you can spend it from any phones using PIN system.

After you have collected some points, you can start spending straight away. To calculate how long you can talk, simply divide the points you have collected with points required for the destinations using the table below. For example, if you have accumulate 100 points and you want to call UAE, you would be able to talk for 90/4.5 = 20 mins.
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#1
why cold?
#2
Yes, why cold sounds quite good, just going to the website now to check it out. Please if any of the cold experts out there could give us the heads up why this is such a bad idea?
#3
Interesting idea for those that call abroad a lot. SOme phone packages have a stupid amount of minutes these days. I normally end up with 400 or something left at the end of my billing cycle
#4
I guess it might be useful to know if this has actually worked for anyone..I am not voting either way for that sake.
#5
freezing cold because people jumped on the bandwagon, you basically get points by calling a landline number which you can convert into minutes. I get 2000 minutes a month which i dont all need.

-124 and not one person has said why

pathetic
#6
when you follow the link click the left hand menu which says QX Dial+ (Collect points, call 4 free)
[admin]#7
Those voting cold should leave a constructive comment ideally, we'll look into the votes here stiffnuts
banned 3 Likes #8
juliet_bravo
Those voting cold should leave a constructive comment ideally, we'll look into the votes here stiffnuts


I voted cold. A constructive comment is not mandatory, so I didn't post it. Please PM me if you would like to know the reason.
banned 1 Like #9
Seems to be a long winded way of getting 'cheap' calls. Fine, you might have some spare capacity in Contract Minutes, but surely a better way of saving is to get the right contract in the 1st place.

Having to dial for so long, increasing the hours used on your mobile/battery/electricity for a call price that appears to already be cheap, seems like a false economy to me.


Edited By: aScottishBloke on Oct 28, 2010 10:41: Correction.
banned#10
I'll be checking on the suitability of the site now that I've visited it.

Who designed that, a 5 yr old in 1998 ?
banned#11
aScottishBloke
I'll be checking on the suitability of the site now that I've visited it.

Who designed that, a 5 yr old in 1998 ?


inb4 OP banned for self-promotion/referral links?
banned 3 Likes #12
aScottishBloke
I'll be checking on the suitability of the site now that I've visited it.Who designed that, a 5 yr old in 1998 ?


Did they write the new hukd site in their lunch break?
banned#13
bykergrove

Try to keep on topic please.
#14
I voted cold because:

Domain name:
qxcall.co.uk

Registrant:
QX Telecom

Trading as:
Steven Pang

Registrant type:
UK Sole Trader

Registrant's address:
2 glenmore close
Newbury
Berkshire
RG14 6PB
United Kingdom
#15
bykergrove
aScottishBloke
I'll be checking on the suitability of the site now that I've visited it.Who designed that, a 5 yr old in 1998 ?
Did they write the new hukd site in their lunch break?
aScottishBloke
bykergroveTry to keep on topic please.
Surely, he was just following the flow of the conversation with a response to your comment. :{
Shouldnt you not be admonishing your self for going off topic. :p
#16
dude you got more cold then me.......thats sic as i thought i was going to break the rec but more ppl are getting more cold then i get...........any way good luck and we will have our own community of cold ppl
#17
vibeone
I voted cold. A constructive comment is not mandatory, so I didn't post it. Please PM me if you would like to know the reason.


Couldn't agree more. I'm kind of petered by the suggestion that voting cold now means the risk of being vetting because a deal poster gets upset. :|

Not voted either way on this deal.

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