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Ofcom confirms free of charge 0800 numbers from mobile phones

Telecoms watchdog says overhaul clarifying costs of non-geographic numbers makes 0808 and 116 lines free too Freephone numbers are to become free of charge from mobiles under an overhaul designed to clarify telephone call charges and dialling codes, the regulator, Ofcom, has confirmed. The telecoms watchdog said that from June 2015, "freephone will mean free" for 0800, 0808 and 116 numbers –...
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EE network charges for calling 070, 08, 09, 116 and 118 numbers

From 1 July 2015, calls to 0800, 0808 and 116 numbers will be free for personal and Small Business customers to call from mobiles. Calls to numbers starting with 084, 087, 09 and 118 will be split into two parts: the Access Charge – this is the amount that is charged by EE. From 28th September 2016 this will be 50p (42p excluding VAT) per minute. the Service Charge – this is charged by ...
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What Is SIP Trunking & Will It Actually Save Your Business Money?

Conventional analogue phone systems have dominated business communication for a century. But it’s been clear for some time that, when it comes to modern demands, they just don’t cut the mustard. Long distance, international calls continue to cost a fortune. The fact that a traditional copper-based phone line can only handle one call at a time means you’re constantly investing in a new trunk, ev...
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Move from ISDN to VoIP-SIP

Simple steps to SIP migration from ISDN If you’re still running most of your calls over ISDN, it’s worth taking a serious look at how easy it is to switch to cheaper, more flexible SIP connectivity. Why make the switch? Until recently ISDN had been the only viable choice for most companies – from SMEs to large corporations – to ensure business-grade telephony. But the last 12 months has seen a ...
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Making the move from ISDN to SIP

Simple steps to SIP migration from ISDN If you’re still running most of your calls over ISDN, it’s worth taking a serious look at how easy it is to switch to cheaper, more flexible SIP connectivity. Why make the switch? Until recently ISDN had been the only viable choice for most companies – from SMEs to large corporations – to ensure business-grade telephony. But the last 12 months has seen a ...
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