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Mom from germany can't call daughter in usa

My mom lives in germany and has always called me at my home phone # fro the past 18yrs same home but the past three weeks she is not able to call me- why? I am able to call her.

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May be shae has problems with her long distance carrier. You both need to check out Peterzahlt.com and save tons of money on free calls to (and from) Germany. I hope it is useful.

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