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[tohl-free] /ˈtoʊlˈfri/
made, used, provided, etc., without tolls or a charge:
a toll-free highway; a toll-free phone number.
free of charge:
to call toll-free.
Origin of toll-free
1965-70 Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Consult the manual's troubleshooting section or call the toll-free customer service number.
  • Public-service sites such as local portals might be toll-free and subsidised by governments.
  • Dell remained grey, dull and reachable via the web and a toll-free number.
  • Another advertises a toll-free number to support families threatened with foreclosure.
  • Call the proper airlines toll-free number and follow the prompts for flight status information.
  • Complimentary services include coffee in the lobby and rooms, deluxe continental breakfast and toll-free phone calls.
  • Contact a reservations agent at the airline's toll-free number, and give her your flight information.
  • To activate this coverage, please call the toll-free number or visit the website listed below and enter the redemption code.

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