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Trillion-Euro Phone Bill Shocks French Woman, Company Argues Bill Was Accurate

Posted on October 10th, 2012 at 22:39 by John Sinteur in category: News -- Write a comment

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A trillion-Euro phone bill has sent a French woman into a fit of panic recently. Solenne San Jose, from Bordeaux, France has reported that she recently opened up her phone bill to find an impossibly large demand.

The phone company was demanding a payment of a trillion Euros – an amount almost 6,000 times larger than France’s annual economic output, according to Australian News.

Solenne, obviously panicked by the demand, calmed herself enough to make a call to the phone company to clear things up – obviously expecting they would confirm it was a technical error and ask her to ignore the demand.

However, when she called she was stunned to hear the Bouygues Telecom agent insisting that the bill was accurate.
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Solenne was further shocked to hear the agent explain that the 11,721,000,000,000,000 Euros would soon be debited from her bank account as usual.
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