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Welcome to Number Supermarket’s dedicated ‘Advice Centre’ – the place to come for up-to-the-minute information and friendly technological assistance. Telecoms is constantly evolving - witnessing regular industry advancements. Therefore, our Advice Centre makes it a priority to stay abreast of what is happening, ensuring you can access the advice you need, when you need it.

Our Advice Centre takes you through all aspects of geographic and non-geographic numbers – explaining the benefits of each. We explore telecom features you may have already heard about and some that might be completely new to you. Of course, we also highlight instructions of what to do in a telecoms emergency, using our ‘one-click’ disaster recovery facility. Log on to access at-a-glance product & service information and contemporary news from the world of telecoms.

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Numbers starting with 03 were introduced in 2007 to allow businesses to offer a single point of contact across the UK, with the same rates as normal 01 and 02 numbers attract. As such, a calling a 0370 number costs the same as a call to a normal home or business landlines. Ofcom, the UK’s

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Since 2012, FreedomPop has created a sizable phone service in the UK running on the 4G network. They believe in making calls and texts as free as they can as well as connecting various devices. You can buy a FreedomPop device at a number of online stores; check their website for details. The price for

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How much does it cost to call an 01 number on FreedomPop?

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0872 numbers are service numbers, where the caller pays a higher amount, compared to normal landline call rates, for the service being provided. Ofcom, which regulates the call charges in the UK, has set a range of 11p to 68p per minute, for 0872 numbers. This is in addition to a 13p charge per-call. As

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How much does it cost to call an 03 number on FreedomPop?

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EU & Ofcom ensure talk is cheap

Have you heard what EU and Ofcom are saying? 03 is to become the new 08, providing greater clarity of cost for callers (free from landline and mobiles) and a non-geographic footprint for you.

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