[ tˈə͡ʊlfɹˈiː kˈɔːl], [ tˈəʊlfɹˈiː kˈɔːl], [ t_ˈəʊ_l_f_ɹ_ˈiː k_ˈɔː_l]
How to use "Toll-free call" in context?
A toll-free call is a phone call that does not use a phone line. Instead, the caller is connected to the recipient over the Internet or by a dedicated telephone line. Toll-free calls are often cheaper than regular phone calls, and they do not use up a lot of phone minutes. This means that you can make a lot of toll-free calls without having to worry about running out of phone minutes. There are also a lot of places that offer toll-free calls.
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