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Can I suggest that we change the title of this thread from 'Say no to 0845' to 'say no to 0844'.
Why not use an 03 number?
03 numbers are charged at the same rate as 01 and 02 numbers.
See Ofcom's description.
I think one of the things people object to is revenue sharing. Why should a company make money when someone phones them?
The (excellent) website is still called www.saynoto0870.com. I don't know what it was called in 2004 and, before someone tells me, I don't care ;-)
As the previous poster said - get an 03 number instead!
0845/70 numbers are still a rip off from all (?) mobiles
If we call from our mobile PAYG how much approximately will it cost per Min to call. I am aware that this will vary depend on the number but I am asking the cost in average:
I understand that 0844 and 0870 will be more expensive how much approximately will it cost in AVERAGE per Min
Costs may be on your network's website?