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Get an 03 UK Number. 03 Phone Numbers for your Business

Calls to 03 numbers cost no more than a national rate call to an 01 or 02 number and must count towards any inclusive minutes in the same way as 01 and 02 calls. These rules apply to calls from any type of line including mobile, BT, other fixed line or payphone Find out more...
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SIP vs ISDN – Its time to decide…

Your voice and data connections are vital components of your business. Key to your decision on whether ISDN or SIP Trunking is best for your business will be the costs, features and performance associated with each. You will know that BT has recently announced its plans to cease all ISDN circuits by 2025 – a strong indication as to how they see the market for telephone lines will evolve…. So, ...
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What are 070 numbers?

070 numbers are legitimate numbers and are often used as a 'follow me' service where calls are diverted from one number to another, so that the person being called can keep their own number private, and remain contactable wherever they go. ... From a mobile phone these numbers can cost between 30p and 50p per minute from a bt phone line (other networks including mobile phone providers may charge m...
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What are 0844 numbers?

An 0844 number is a Fixed Rate non geographic number. This means that the caller always pays the fixed call price of up to 5p (7p including VAT) per minute when calling this number from a BT phone line. You, as the 0844 number holder, do not pay anything to receive the call while your 0844 is forwarding calls to your landline. Find out more....
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What are 0845 numbers?

An 0845 number is a local call number. In January 2009 bt reduced cost of calling 0845 numbers to zero, so 0845 numbers are now free to call from most bt landlines with inclusive minutes. You, as the 0845 number holder also do not pay anything to receive the call while your 0845 is forwarding calls to your landline. Find out more...
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Why is BT buying EE and what does it mean for consumers?

The Competition and Markets Authority has approved BT's £12.5bn takeover of Britain's biggest mobile phone operator, EE What has happened? The mergers watchdog, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA), has given the provisional green light for BT to take over EE, Britain's biggest mobile operator. It comes after months of deliberations, during which rivals such as TalkTalk a...
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BT claim they own SIP

By Simon Woodhead Shortly after midnight last night my inbox pinged with a concerned email from a diligent customer. They’d seen news on The Register that BT were claiming ownership of 99 Patents which give it ownership of SIP. The article makes interesting albeit concerning reading. We haven’t yet heard any view from industry sources so wanted to get this out amongst customers. Whilst recen...
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Clear pricing of our NGN phone numbers

Here at Open Telecom we believe in making customers, callers and other end-users of our phone numbers we issue, known as NGN's which means "non-geographic numbers" For that very reason here you will find the costs of each number type are provide. Number types and costs to the callers from a BT line (calls from mobiles and other networks may vary) 070420xxxx (cost to caller £0.1938 pence per m...
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I’ve got a Galaxy G2-20 which has been using the SMS feature by the O2 gateway on my BT line.. however now sadly the service has died (constant engaged tone).

Hi all, I've got a Galaxy G2-20 which has been using the SMS feature by the O2 gateway on my BT line.. however now sadly the service has died (constant engaged tone). So I need to get my G2-20 to speak to the outside world once more. After a night of googling it seems that non of the other SMS gateways either work or work with non subscribers. So its looking like a GSM card (horrificly...
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BT the national network giant scraps charges on 0845 and 0870 numbers

BT: The company is ditching charges for some premium rate numbers Millions of BT customers will no longer have to pay to call numbers starting with 0870 and 0845 after Britain's biggest landline supplier today announced it would abolish call fees to the controversial numbers. From 16 January, 14 million customers with any of BT's call packages will benefit from free calls to what are norma...
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