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0800 and other free calls

Teds31
Grafter
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Registered: 06-08-2007

0800 and other free calls

If as stated only 01, 02 and 03 calls are free on anytime+ ,what happens with 0800 and other free calls.I didnt see them mentioned in the charges list,only 0845 etc.
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Mand
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Re: 0800 and other free calls

Hi there,
0800 calls will still be free, as will 0808 and such. Those calls are free on all packages regardless of your inclusive calls.
Teds31
Grafter
Posts: 336
Registered: 06-08-2007

Re: 0800 and other free calls

Thanks Mand glad thats cleared up.TED
pierre_pierre
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Re: 0800 and other free calls

what on earth were you dialing and from where to get that message?, I have no trouble with 0800 nos from Essex
nadger
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Re: 0800 and other free calls

Code for UK is 44 so he dialing where ever 49 is Smiley
Looks like Germany
pierre_pierre
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Re: 0800 and other free calls

no and you didnt say you were on voip, you are using the home phone forum
fred
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Re: 0800 and other free calls

sorry to have troubled you
pierre_pierre
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Re: 0800 and other free calls

I am not sure but on a Bt type line, if you phone from abroad the 44800 does not work, many companies also give out a 44 ----- number as well and yes the suffix 49 is Germany
nadger
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Re: 0800 and other free calls

That fact is often a useful way of finding a local number for a company that gives out 0870 UK numbers  Wink
pierre_pierre
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Re: 0800 and other free calls

miserable bloke, he's deleted his query and movedd to voip
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Re: 0800 and other free calls

Quote from: pierre_pierre
yes the suffix 49 is Germany

Prefix presumably?
pierre_pierre
Grafter
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Registered: 30-07-2007

Re: 0800 and other free calls

Dont be picky I was slightly annoyed
LiamM
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Re: 0800 and other free calls

Quote from: pierre_pierre
miserable bloke, he's deleted his query and movedd to voip

I thought this thread was bloomin confusing!!
pierre_pierre
Grafter
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Registered: 30-07-2007

Re: 0800 and other free calls

Didnt you say something like that in another thread today, Its all those worms you live with now  Cheesy
Murray
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Registered: 28-03-2008

Re: 0800 and other free calls

This seems as good a thread as any to ask....
I'm a new customer and I'm just wondering about the 'free' call length of 60 minutes; if I hang up before 60 minutes and then recall the same (eligible) number for another period of less than 60 minutes, it's not going to cost me anything is it?
I'm sure this has been answered multiple times but I'm not having much luck with searching!
Thanks in advance