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coastergrotto
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03 Numbers

I need to ring the DVLA on 0300 123 0815.  Can someone confirm that this number will be free to dial after 6pm and at weekends if you are on the Evening and Weekend Home Phone Package.
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Re: 03 Numbers

Yep - definitely.
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coastergrotto
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Re: 03 Numbers

Thanks for that.  I've never had to dial one of those numbers before and I'm not very trusting, though I do recall Plusnet saying somewhere they were included in the free numbers, dependent on which package you were on.
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Re: 03 Numbers

Aye, it pays to be careful these days. Ofcom introduced the non-geographic 03 range in 2007, ruling that they should be charged at 'no more than' (in practice - the same as) 01 and 02 geographic numbers.
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pierre_pierre
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Re: 03 Numbers

but there is another thread about a small section of 03 that are charged different, will try and find it, back soon
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Re: 03 Numbers

Quote from: Mand
Hi guys,
Standard 0370 numbers are included however there are a few exceptions (037001, 037090, 0370192 and 0370333 which are all classified as g21).