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LilRedWG Sun 07-Sep-08 13:11:46

0844, 0845, 0870, or 0871 telephone numbers are all charged at preimum rate. To find a geographical number look

This thread was prompted by someone about to call Tescos to complain about a late delivery on their premium rate number!

lowrib Sun 07-Sep-08 13:47:30

Thanks smile

thanks for that LilredWG, it really anoys me when you have to use these numbers instead of local numbers

LilRedWG Sun 07-Sep-08 19:21:06

I rarely use a premium rate one now and it really annoys me when I can't find an alternative.

littlerach Sun 07-Sep-08 19:23:41

The othewr good hting about that website is that soemtimes you are routed stariht through to an operator so no queueing smile

nannyL Mon 08-Sep-08 08:45:01

I have been using that for YEARS

it works smile

sarkin Wed 10-Sep-08 12:10:35

0845 is charged at local rate

prettybird Thu 11-Sep-08 17:26:32

0845 is now deemed to be "premium rate" number as the old "local" rates are now so much higher than most people are being charged per call.

The new "local" rate prefix is 03xxx and will genuinely be cahrged at whatever your calling plan charges for local numbers.

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