BYE BYE INTERNATIONAL CALL CHARGES!

Discussion in 'UK VOIP' started by weishu76, Aug 19, 2005.

  1. weishu76

    weishu76 Guest

    Dear memebers,

    There is a revolutionary instant dial service, allowing you to make
    savings on calls to destinations worldwide, right here, right now -
    without the need to open an account or give any credit card details or
    get yet another bill through your door. All you need is a phone, the
    relevant instant dial access number( 0870 794 3185) and someone to
    call!

    It's so eary! You don't join anything, or pay up front - just choose
    your destination, and err...just dial!.

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    **How to make the Call**
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    1) Dial the access number(0870 794 3185) for the country you wish to
    call.
    2) At the prompt dial your international destination number in
    full(including 00)*
    3) That's it, your're connected.
    * Remember you can dial your destination number at any time during the
    prompt.

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    **How you pay for the calls you make**
    **************************************
    When you make a call via 0870 794 3185, you only pay for calling 0870
    794 3185. It is your service provider that will charge you - not this
    number. So for example, if you made a 5 minute call to India from a BT
    phone, then next time you got your BT bill you would see a call to 0870
    794 3185, a duration of 5 minutes and a charge of 50p and absolutely no
    other charges. Simple!

    The prices shown on this site are BT's charges per minute for calling
    the access number 0870 794 3185 and you are charged per second from
    connection to the 0870 794 3185 service. If you're not with BT you need
    to check with your service provider hwo much they will charge for calls
    made to the access numbers. Some mobile service providers even bundle
    some of the access number 0870 794 3185 into certain free minutes
    packages. If you are thinking of using the access number 0870 794 3185
    from your mobile phone plase first check the charges with your mobile
    service provider. To find out the cost of calling from a UK mobile, or
    a non BT landline, you should confirm the rates directly with your
    service provider as these may vary.

    Orange - 0800 80 10 80
    Vodafone - 07836 191 191
    mm02 - 08705 214 000
    One 2 One / T-Mobile - 08454 121 121
    Virgin - 0845 6000 789

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    **The popular destinations**
    ****************************
    1)Americas, Africa & Australasia
    Algeria, Australia, Brazil, Canada, New Zealand, Nigeria, South Africa,
    USA

    2)Europe - East & West
    France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Poland, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland

    3)Asia & the Middle East
    China, Hong Kong, India, Iran, Japan, Israel, Malaysia, Pakistan
     
    weishu76, Aug 19, 2005
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    John Smith Guest

    cept you can only call Europe with this number
     
    John Smith, Aug 19, 2005
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    Roly Guest

    ...and I don't see any VOIP addressable method of using them.......

    Roly.
     
    Roly, Aug 19, 2005
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  4. Of course you dont this is yet more spam promoting the use of 0870
    numbers to generate money they may well be using voip to route the
    calls but i still dont think its a viable post for this group

    Mat
     
    Mathew Curtis, Aug 19, 2005
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    Roly Guest

    Of course you dont this is yet more spam promoting the use of 0870
    Exactly! You'd think that they would realise that most people who would read
    posts in this group would be savvy enough to realise the spam for what its
    worth.

    Roly.
     
    Roly, Aug 19, 2005
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