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FREE calls to Ireland ?

JohnAAZ
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Registered: ‎03-12-2013

FREE calls to Ireland ?

The only reason i left my previous provider (who gave me FREE calls to Ireland) was because they could not supply me with Fibre Optic broadband and was wondering if and when Plusnet will be including FREE calls to Ireland in your phone package ?
Many thanks.
John.
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Re: FREE calls to Ireland ?

Do you mean totally free, or as part of an inclusive package?
PN's Anytime International 300 (£7/month) gives inclusive 300 minutes of international calls to 35 countries, including the Republic of Ireland.
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JohnAAZ
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Re: FREE calls to Ireland ?

Meaning FREE to everybody with no extra charge as most other providers already include.
gnicholson8
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Re: FREE calls to Ireland ?

I've never known other providers to give free calls to RoI
BenTrimble
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Re: FREE calls to Ireland ?

NI > Eire is part of your included 01/02/03 minutes on normal E&W / Anytime (+etc.) tariffs, not part of international minutes.
UK > Eire count as international and hence are only included on relevant International 300 tariffs.
AFAIK, there are no plans to change this.
gnicholson8
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Re: FREE calls to Ireland ?

What about UK > NI is that International or part of included?
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Re: FREE calls to Ireland ?

UK > NI is part of included as per 01/02/03 numbers.
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BenTrimble
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Re: FREE calls to Ireland ?

UK > NI is UK > UK hence included in 01/02/03/