|Note international call information|
International calls placed with UND authorization codes that terminate on international cellular telephones are now charged at a higher rate than standard internationl calls. This is due to foreign telephone providers who charge surcharges to terminate these calls on cellular phones. As of Jan. 26, 2008, the surcharge for international calls made to international cellular telephones will be passed along to the caller on a journal entry at least one month later. A detailed memo with examples has been sent to the telephone counselors.
-- Jan Laventure, Telecommunications Analyst, Telecommunications / ITSS, firstname.lastname@example.org, 701-777-4720