I've been on the landline Anytime and Unlimited fibre for some time and my latest bill shows a local call, normally free, charged at over £5 for 90 min call. Plus another call normally free at £3. Online chat is off, and I can't get through on the phone due to this virus but I'm curious to know why I'm being charged over £8 for 2 calls that should be included. Any moderator can help?
Fixed! Go to the fix.
25-04-2020 12:35 PM - edited 25-04-2020 12:37 PM
Calls are only free for 60 mins. If you were on the phone for 90 minutes then you will have been charged - you need to hang up before the hour and redial. If you don't you get charged for the time over 60 minutes - so 30 minutes @ 15p/minute gets you to around a fiver!
Re: Being charged for local phone calls on Anytime package - Bill error?
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