I think this is one of those super ignorant questions for this group but I've never had occasion to call from home to anyplace outside the US. I want to call from my home phone to the reservation line of one of the Dordogne caves -- and I've done enough research to have the phone number. Am I going to be charged an exorbitant fee or has technology made this a no-brainer? I guess I remember 1968 and being married to a military member stationed in Hawaii and it was $4.95 for three minutes to call my parents in New York. And in 1969, that was a lot of money. Which meant we spoke at Christmas, and sent little tapes back and forth. Anyway, thank you for any info on subject.
Calling from home in US to France
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