smiker wrote: »
Is it possible to program the dialler to dial home to 128001536272200 at a frequency of 14 days?
far wrote: »
how can you set it up to differentiate between calls to Canada and the USA?
far wrote: »
However one thing confuses me - how can you set it up to differentiate between calls to Canada and the USA? This is important since calls to Canada via an indirect access number at the moment is 0.5p a minute compare to 1p/minute to the USA. It looks to me like this may not be possible unless someone can think of a way round it?
From 1st August 2007, the way BT charges for UK mobile and non-geographic (0870, 0845 numbers) calls will move from a Daytime-Evening-Weekend rates structure to a simple Daytime (6am-6pm) and Evening (6pm-6am) rates structure. The Daytime-Evening-Weekend rates structure will remain for UK landlines, international calls, numbers that start with 0844 and 0871 and for Premium Rate Service (PRC) calls. This change will not apply to Light User Scheme, In-Contact Plus and BT Basic customers.
TwoLenses wrote: »
Got my Orchid V4 dialler yesterday :j, but BT have already thrown a spanner in the works. Next month they are changing their charging structure for UK mobiles and non-geographic calls. To quote their latest Terms and Conditions leaflet which landed on my doormat today:
So from August, the weekend time-band will need to be split in two (weekend day and weekend evening). During the daytime at weekends, the best rate for 0870 calls looks like 18185, but during weekend evenings, BT looks the cheapest. Even an Orchid dialler can't do that. (Yet?)
New plans have just been announced by the Government
DON'T assume your landlord covers you
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