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Re: [IPk] Medtronic Helpline Number

Hi Karen
Sorry, I didn't explain properly.
You ring the main Medtronic number and are diverted (if you pick the 
emergency option) to another UK number.
The person who answers your call is then supposed to get someone from the US 
helpline to call you back.
In my case noone ever called me back for over 24 hours and 5 more phonecalls 
from me.
When someone from the US helpline finally called me, I then had to call them 
back twice in the US, but that was just to arrange delivery of my replacement 
But since it took so long to get someone from the US to call me back, i would 
rather have been given the number in the US and dialled them myself.

On Monday 23 September 2002 16:34, you wrote:
> On Monday 23 Sep 2002 4:07 pm, Diana Maynard wrote:
> > Apparently the oncall
> > person is actually the US 24 hour helpline (a 1800 number, though it's
> > not free from the UK), so I would have been better off calling them in
> > the first place directly.
> That surprises me. I just assumed that if you dial a UK number, and are
> then forwarded by them to a US number, you are *only* paying for the UK
> call - the rest is paid for by the company you're calling. For e.g., if I
> ring my fiance at work, but he has his phone diverted to his mobile, I am
> still only paying for a landline call, not a call to a mobile.
> I hope my assumption wasn't wrong - but at least it would explain the phone
> bill. *grin*
> Karen
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