Dave Critchley
Pricing information and pricing codes Can you tell me what this pricing information means: for example, "140 ITC per Hour" for £8.72, or "150-200 ITC per hour" for from £9.59 - £12.78.?
Nov 29, 2014 7:16 PM
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Hey Dave I am not sure I understand your question. The rates posted are the rates for the lessons.140 ITC per hour.You have to buy ITC by credit card and then you can pay for a class. The rate is then translated into your local currency (in your case Sterling) so you know how much you will pay.
November 29, 2014
I'm new to this site, but what does ITC stand for? So I buy let's say 140 ITC (whatever they are) to pay for a class. Presumably, if a teacher says he or she charges 75 ITC per hour, this is cheaper (75 versus 150, or 50 percent cheaper) in price than 150 ITC per hour? I need to know this for comparison purposes. So I choose the one charging let's say 75 ITC per hour, because of the cheaper cost than someone offering lessons for 150 ITC per hour. Is this correct? There is also, next to the profile of teachers, a sum given in pounds sterling. So they give this ITC and also prices in "real" money. What is this (what does it refer to)? Normally, I see they give two different amounts, for example £3.50 - £7.50, that sort of thing.
November 30, 2014
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