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(From Asia Pulse)
SYDNEY, April 30 Asia Pulse - Telstra (ASX:TLS) will raise rental fees for household phones by as much as $A3.45 ($US2.49) a month and hike the cost of some calls by two cents.
The company will also introduce new fees for people who pay their phone bill by credit card.
Australia's biggest telco Thursday announced that changes to prices will include rises in monthly fixed line access rentals for residential plans "ranging from 60 cents to $A3.45 ($US2.49)" from June 1.
The biggest increase will be passed on to subscribers to Telstra's premium HomeLine Plus offering, who will see their monthly line rental jump by more than …