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I'll answer the first question. Not totally clear on your scenario. So here are a few use cases:

1. If someone calls your phone, the long distance changes apply to them if required. If they call a "local" number (based on the phone number, not where the physical location of the phone), then there is no long distance charge. Note - you may incur roaming charges.

2. If you make a call from your cell phone, a long distance charge will apply if the number you are calling is not local to where the phone is physically. If you travel to Vancouver, you can make a "local" call to a Vancouver number, but it will be long distance to your "home" area.
 
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