What does the caller pay?
Your caller in the U.S. is responsible for local charges assessed by their local telecom provider for dialing your U.S. virtual number. Most U.S. telecom providers offer unlimited domestic calling plans, so chances are that your caller in the U.S. will encounter minimal - if any - charges. If your caller is calling from the United States, he/she will incur whatever charges their long distance provider assesses for making an international call to the U.S.
If you opt for getting a U.S. toll free number, the caller pays nothing since this call is toll free from anywhere across the country.
What does the account holder pay?
As the account holder, you pay the cost of forwarding calls from your U.S. virtual number or U.S. toll free number to the "ring to" number in Aruba. Your rate depends on the plan (i.e., Basic, Value, Power, Premium or Enterprise) that you select (see below). Your "ring to" number may be a fixed land line or a mobile phone, and you may change it to another number in Aruba or anywhere else in the world via online account management.