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katskorner
Old 03-11-2005, 1:42 PM
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Default Cost of calling 07900

Hi. Can anyone tell me how much it costs to call a number starting with 07900? I have scoured the web but cannot find anything.

Someone has left me a number with this prefix but I don't want to call it until I know I am not going to be charged a small fortune for doing so.

Thanks.
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Old 03-11-2005, 1:43 PM
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Sounds like the beginning of a mobile number? :confused:

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Old 03-11-2005, 1:53 PM
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Hi,

According to the BT price list it's charged at rate fm5 (calls to mobile telephones).

From a BT landline the rates are:
Daytime 15.58 p/min
Evening 8.02 p/min
Weekend 5.00 p/min

Rates from other operators will vary.

Hope this helps
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Thanks guys. Wondered if it was a mobile number. I thought it may have been one of those follow-me numbers.
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Originally Posted by spook
Hi,

According to the BT price list it's charged at rate fm5 (calls to mobile telephones).

From a BT landline the rates are:
Daytime 15.58 p/min
Evening 8.02 p/min
Weekend 5.00 p/min

Rates from other operators will vary.

Hope this helps
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