Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Free from the obligation of paying toll or duty.
- adj. of a road or highway Free to use, not requiring paying a toll to use.
- adj. US, of a phone call Without an additional toll, especially for a long distance charge.
- adj. having no toll levied for its use
- toll + free (Wiktionary)
“I called the toll-free Rio Salado information number to get additional information.”
“The services are heavily marketed to cardholders, particularly when you call a toll-free number to activate a card or ask a question, or when a customer-service rep calls to answer an inquiry.”
“I called the toll-free number and plugged in my card number.”
“You call a toll-free 800 number listed in the ad and are immediately referred to a 900 number.”
“Eligible consumers must petition for a review by April 30, 2012, and can do so by calling a toll-free number or visiting a central website.”
“To Petition for a Foreclosure Review Call the toll-free number: 888-952-9105 Visit the website: www.independentforeclosurereview.com The reviews cover 14 of the nation's largest banks and are being overseen by the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency and the Federal Reserve.”
“Fidelity Investment's new Income Strategy Evaluator is open to anyone who walks into a branch, calls a toll-free number or logs on to the company's website.”
“The border agency is asking Canadians to call a toll-free number if they have information about the men or about suspicious cross-border activity or immigration-related offenses.”
“As the executive director of Equal Rights Advocates ERA, a national non-profit legal services organization, I hear stories every single day from women who call our toll-free advice and counseling line.”
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