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Call charges and phone numbers

The cost of calling a phone number depends on the digits it starts with, your phone provider and whether you use a landline or mobile. You may get free calls to some numbers as part of your call package. Check with your phone provider. The costs below are approximate. Check with your phone provider to find out the actual cost, particularly if you’re calling from abroad. Calls fro...
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What is a VoIP Phone Number?

What is a VoIP Phone Number? A VoIP phone number is fundamentally analogous to the other phone numbers we are familiar with. Landline numbers can be used over copper lines on the PSTN and cell phone numbers are used on cellular networks through handheld devices. Similarly, a VoIP phone number is basically an identifier that is used to make calls on VoIP networks. VoIP means Voice Over Internet ...
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Trouble dialling UK 080, 084, 087 and 070 numbers from international phone lines!

Are you having trouble dialling UK 080, 084, 087 and 070 numbers from international phone lines? If the answer is "YES", then you need to understand a few things about how telecoms providers work! When you make an international call to UK number +44 codes from an international phone line, this call is controlled entirely by the callers own local phone landline or mobile phone provider and has ...
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VoIP Phone Handsets

We recommend a large range of VoIP Phone handsets, suitable for freelancers, home office, large office, call centres etc. We’ve listed a sample of our most popular VoIP handsets below. But if you have a specific phone in mind, just get in touch via our Contact Form and we’ll confirm if its compatible. Grandstream GXP2135  The Grandstream GXP2135 is ...
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Why do I get one way audio when making phone calls?

If you have ever tried to make a VoIP call and you couldn’t hear the other party, you have experienced one way audio. This is a common problem in VoIP, but can be easily fixed. Why does one way audio occur? The most common cause of one way audio is routers, because many routers are not built with VoIP in mind. Most ISPs will give you one IP, which is the address you use on the internet and allow...
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