Six Second Billing
Save Money With Shorter Billing Increments

What is a billing increment?

Billing increments are the minimum block of time that a long distance company uses in calculating the cost of each long distance call placed by the customer. Typically, long distance service is billed in 6 second (1/10 of a minute) or full, one minute (60 second) increments. For example, the following billing intervals will be used to calculate the cost of the call:

As you can see, there is a significant difference in the time charged per call when comparing the two billing interval methods, which will result in significantly lower charges.

Six second billing increments can save you an average of up to 23% per long distance call when compared to other calling plans. To learn more about UWC's billing increments and other features of our Simplicity Great Rate Long Distance service,
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