Q: How many cents per minute if you calling long distance for 10 minutes?

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15 cents per second is 15 x 60 cents per minute. That's 15 x 60 X 60 cents per hour. Dividing by 100, That's 15 x 6 x 6 dollars per hour, or 540 dollars per hour.

22 cents

A nickel is worth 5 cents. A quarter is worth 25 cents. Together the total is 30 cents.

45 miles x 55.5 cents / mile = 2497.5 cents

Yes you you can have: 10 one cents 2 quarters 4 five cents 2 ten cents

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Calling Long-Distance in general can vary depending on many factors. For example, depending on the phone plan set up by an individuals respective phone carrier, the individual may have unlimited international or long-distance calls at a set rate per month. Other's may pay a standard fee per long-distance call depending on the location. Another option is to use a phone long-distance calling card which is for Pakistan, $3 = 140 minutes. For individuals who have no set plan or calling card, prices can vary from 5.9 cents per minute to dollars per minute.

Good calling rates to China range from 1.2 cents per minute to 1.9 cents per minute on many calling card options advertised online. Most web sites advertised 1.5 cents per minute to call China. There are monthly rate plans as well, but some of them have confusing terms and limitations.

1,999 cents divided by 60 = 33.31 cents per minute

1.85

166.666666... minutes, or 2.78 hours.

10 cents

The USA calling rate to UK is six dollars and fifty nine cents per minute or up to seven dollars and ninety nine cents per minute depending on range of call as well as area of origin.

Conferenceworldwide.com offers an 800 Toll Free conference call service for only 2.7 cents per minute. There is no minimum & no contracts. At 2.7 cents for conference calling toll free, this rate is even cheaper than dialing long distance for those "free" conferencing sites.

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Slightly more than 4. The real answer is 4.310344 minutes.

To convert dollars per hour to cents per minute, first calculate the number of cents in a dollar (100 cents). Then divide the dollars per hour by 60 (number of minutes in an hour) to get cents per minute. For example, if someone earns $12 per hour, the conversion would be 12 / 60 = 0.2 cents per minute.

25 cents for long distance and 50 cents if your calling someone around your location...