On your webpage, you mention on your Home Phone & Broadband page (http://www.vodafone.ie/df/homebroadband/vahhome.jsp) that your plans include "local" ; AND "national" calls?
Firstly, what's the difference? Surely a "local" call would be included within the definition of a "national" call?
Secondly, this leads me to my next question - does a "national" call include calls to Northern Ireland?
Yes,I guess you can say local is the same as national as the price is the same.But it's possible not everyone is aware of that as in years past with fixed lines there was a difference in price between local and national calls. Northern Ireland landlines (not mobiles) are included as long as you are using the 048 prefix rather than the 0044.