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Telstra Pay-phones Near Harris Park To Allow Unlimited Overseas Calls This Christmas

Telstra Pay-phones Near Harris Park To Allow Unlimited Overseas Calls This Christmas

No matter where you come from, the end of the year is a time for reflection and celebration with family and friends.

That is why, on December 8 and 9, 2017, two Telstra branded pay-phones in Harris Park is going to offer free standard calls to mobile and landlines to some our most popular international calling destinations.

Callers can walk down the red carpet to connect with family and friends in Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka.

The free calls are to celebrate the launch of new international calling plans for mobiles that are making it easier for customers to connect with friends and family overseas. The plans offer unlimited calls and texts to 15 countries, in addition to all the added benefits of being a Telstra customer, that include unlimited Wi-Fi at over one million Telstra Air hotspots around Australia as well as 20 million Fon hotspots worldwide, not to mention data-free music streaming on Apple Music.

The Telstra pay-phones have been set up near 59 Marion Street Harris Park NSW.

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