If not, do other people calling the VOIP number for, say, Sydney, pay more than a "local call" fee if they are also in Wagga Wagga?
I attempted to ask this question of email@example.com as per the Exetel website:
but was met with this response:A "DID" (Direct In Dial) number is a valid PSTN dial number that is in the same format as a standard wire line number and allows calls from standard telephones to be made to your VoIP number . Currently local numbers are available for all the major capitals as well as Newcastle, Penrith, Wollongong, Geelong and Central Coast. There are some other towns and areas available. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org with your town and we can do a service area check.
"Please note that we cannot trace any active service attached to this email address.
Are you a new customer? If you have an Exetel service please provide us your service number."
Very odd! Whether I am an existing customer or not seems to be irrelevant to my question(s) as above.
So, can someone answer my question(s)?
Thanks in advance.