Savvy_Sue wrote: »
I fear that's absolutely impossible to answer. It would depend on your network (Orange, 3 etc), and your 'plan' - even on PAYG that can vary.
Costs may be on your network's website?
adindas wrote: »
If I am using the same mobile to call to O845, 0870 is there any different in charge, if there is no specific answer just in general how much more do I need to pay ?
carlos64 wrote: »
Can I make it quite clear that nowadays the problem lies with the 0844 and 0871 nos. and not with the 0845 and 0870 nos. I run a small business and chose an 0845 no. as this enables customers to call me at a cheap rate and enables me to provide an easily memorable no. for my customers. I am also aware that 0845 and 0870 nos. are often included in free call packages, from BT for example.
Can I suggest that we change the title of this thread from 'Say no to 0845' to 'say no to 0844'.
JoMax wrote: »
First does anyone know what's happened to saynoto0870 last couple of days - it was working fine last week, then since yesterday I just cant get it? Sometimes I get a bunce front page, othertimes timeout.
pollypenny wrote: »
I've just been on saynoto0870, looking up a Cotton Traders number.
0845 and 0870 are free with Talktalk (checked my bill), but watch out for 0844 and 0871
Being made available to more English counties
Incl tips to spot 'em & what to do if you're scammed
Available online and in stores