I'm not exactly following you.
Do you have CPS on your phone line? If so, you'd need to do 1280, not 121. Then setting an international/mobile call would need a long number you mentioned (with only the space for one #, but it'd be in the form 12800844...). I don't think 121 or 1280 prefixes need to have a pause after them.
If you're just doing it to fulfil BT's caller ID requirements I'd personally not set it in the router, but have it route 0844 calls to BT and just dial a couple each month manually getting a number from callchecker.
I've ordered a V4 dialler today..... mainly for the convenience of having a machine to do my remembering.
I would appreciate it if someone could save me the time it would take me to research the way to maximise the saving potential. I have a BT line and I currently use Primus Saver 2 for free evening and weekend UK landline calls, and 1899 for peaktime calls. I'd like to know how to ensure I'm getting the cheapest calls to mobiles, 0854 & 0870 numbers, and International calls (mainly USA and Italy).
Any advice would be very welcome.
I'd like to know how to ensure I'm getting the cheapest calls to mobiles, 0854 & 0870 numbers, and International calls (mainly USA and Italy).
I'd suggest you open a 18185 account and then ask Orchid to initially set your V4 up with 'the Heinz 20/10/06 program'.
I notice that your "plan" contains the lines.....
118xxx (Directory Enquiry) calls
At all times - Digit Translate 118xxx or 192 to 118226
Does this mean that if you dial 118118/118500/118888/192 that it will always be routed through to 118226?
If so, could all these horrible dq numbers be routed through to the 0161 number which is currently available on the sayno website?
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