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A typical bill will show an extremely high number, which would have been the bottom line if no rate plan was applied.
For example, If a rate plan allows for ¥4000 worth of included calls, and the customer actually used ¥10,000 worth of calls, ¥10,000 would be displayed, ¥4000 would be subtracted resulting in ¥6000 plus the basic fee for the rate plan.
(Japan now has cross carrier SMS.) Billing Unlike the US but similar to many locations in Europe, incoming calls are billed to the caller, who pays for the network time of both parties.
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