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"Call in Europe" cellphone service is changing on May 1

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We just received a notice that their "service" to US customers will be provided by their EU platform, and not by people in the US. They provided a web site which described the "service", and although my wife speaks & reads French , she could not figure out all the French Cellphone "lingo" (we're not big into cellphones).

The web site is
http://www.zeroforfait.fr/pdf/zeroforfait_tarifs.pdf

This site says that the service is "only offered to customers residing in metropolitan France". Does that include tourists in France like us?

Has anyone figured this out yet?

Stu Dudley

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