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’sRead More
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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 forRead More
Numbers starting with “01” are normal lines, used by homes, businesses, and individuals. These numbers are geographic numbers, meaning, the location of the subscriber may be identified using the number. For example “223” is the area code for Cambridge, and the phone number starting with “01223” means the location of the subscriber is Cambridge. Ofcom,Read More
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. AsRead More
03 numbers are chargeable numbers similar to 08 numbers, introduced in 2007 to allow organisations to offer their consumers a single national point of contact without additional service charges. Rate wise, calls to 03 numbers are similar to calls made to standard 01 and 02 numbers. Ofcom, the UK’s communications regulator who regulate rates forRead More
FreedomPop believes in rewriting the rules of mobile phone services ever since it was established in 2011. It currently uses the 4G LTE network and works to create free data not only on mobile phones, but also with Dropbox and Skype. However the way 0844 are organised prevents them from being free. For these typeRead More
0843 numbers are premium special rate numbers, used by organisations to render some service over the phone. These numbers are not tied to any special region. 0843 numbers attract both an access charge and a service charge. The access charge goes to the telecom company, and the service charge goes to the organisation who hasRead More
The phone numbers with the prefix 0870 are usually business rate numbers. The cost of calling this numbers depends on the mobile networks one is using. The calls are part of monthly call allowances also referred to as pay as you go bundles. The 0870 numbers have their charge broken down into two separate costs.Read More
The cost of calling numbers starting with the 0300 prefix within the UK depends. For starters, using a different network requires more pay. Each company – including FreedomPop – has different rates, whether on a monthly contract or on a pay-as-you-go rate. Another factor is the availability of remnant minutes when one uses the monthlyRead More
It may cost you less than you think to call an 0330 number using your FreedomPop device. FreedomPop will let you call 0330 numbers for no extra charges than if you are calling a national telephone number such as those beginning 01 or 02. This is great news for consumers. These 03 numbers are usuallyRead More
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.Read More