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O2 International Calling Card - 1p a Minute to India @ O2 £5.00

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O2 have released a calling card which has some great rates such as 1p a minute to India. The card has great rates and if you use a O2 phone you will not be charged minutes/credit when you ring the loc… Read More
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6y, 2w agoFound 6 years, 2 weeks ago
O2 have released a calling card which has some great rates such as 1p a minute to India. The card has great rates and if you use a O2 phone you will not be charged minutes/credit when you ring the local rate number to initially dial
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#1
Great Info, is it there on O2 site..heat added
#2
nice deal.
#3
mashaal
Great Info, is it there on O2 site..heat added
yes follow go to deal link
2 Likes #4
Why not just use a sim card like Lebara, Vectone, iCard and LycaMobile?
They're all doing 1ppm deals to a large selection of countries.
Lebara are 1ppm to both landlines and mobiles, making it cheaper for me to call anyone in India than phoning next door!

Also, cards like the £5 'White' card give you in access of 700 actual minutes which is about 0.7ppm
#5
nice one
#6
Guan
Why not just use a sim card like Lebara, Vectone, iCard and LycaMobile?
They're all doing 1ppm deals to a large selection of countries.
Lebara are 1ppm to both landlines and mobiles, making it cheaper for me to call anyone in India than phoning next door!

Also, cards like the £5 'White' card give you in access of 700 actual minutes which is about 0.7ppm


Because it's a lot easier to just do it from the same sim card. If you call a lot maybe it is worth it, but I'd much rather save the hassle and spend the extra 0.3p per minute.

I've never understood how it's a tiny fraction of the price to call across to the over side of the world in comparison to calling next door though!
#7
That's an excellent deal - if you didn't have to put in the dialling code I'd definitely take it. But alas Localphone is far easier and just as cheap (if not cheaper to majority of countries) and you can set it up easily.
7 Likes #8
Must be using the same lines as my bank.
#9
skgwho
That's an excellent deal - if you didn't have to put in the dialling code I'd definitely take it. But alas Localphone is far easier and just as cheap (if not cheaper to majority of countries) and you can set it up easily.

can you use your free landline mins. from mobile with this service,
i.e. no charge for calls?
#10
any connection charge ?
#11
callum9999
[quote=Guan]
I've never understood how it's a tiny fraction of the price to call across to the over side of the world in comparison to calling next door though!


because of competetion and little to no regulation...O2 has realised the potential in the calling card game and are reaping benefits, the best thing about O2 is that it is a national brand so there is that feeling of trust as compared to the other internet based calling card services.
#12
Fantastc, no need to worry about the price of local access number as it is free from O2. So a free O2 SIM + £5 Card = 500 International Mins per Month.
#13
Sounds good to me.......My son lives and works in Hong Kong........1p a minute to call him on his mobile.......have some heat
#14
If you are somebody who makes calls to 2 or 3 overseas numbers every month for several hours, then the cheapest option is O2 international favourite bolt on. You get 3000 minutes for 1 month for £10. If you can use all the minutes, it works out to be third of a penny per minute. Even if you are not an O2 customer already, you can use a pay and go sim card. But the catch is that you have to ring from the same simcard (with the bolt on) to call and that you can call only 3 international numbers. It may be of use to those who want to call their overseas friends or family regularly.
For general use, this is a hot deal.
#15
Guan
Why not just use a sim card like Lebara, Vectone, iCard and LycaMobile?
They're all doing 1ppm deals to a large selection of countries.
Lebara are 1ppm to both landlines and mobiles, making it cheaper for me to call anyone in India than phoning next door!

Also, cards like the £5 'White' card give you in access of 700 actual minutes which is about 0.7ppm


Another thing to note : TMobile charged me for calling my friends LycalMobile Number. Lycamobile is not included in the monthly allowance of TMobile.
#16
Also if you have a BT line there are numerous numbers starting with 0844(E.g. 08442001515 - India
08442009090 - USA) which give u 0.5p/min to India. There is a connection fee so if you are making long calls like I do then its worth it. But this one is a gr88 deal if you want to use a mobile.
#17
nice one!!
#18
the access number is just a normal London number so would be free with inclusive minutes from any mobile? anyone confirm this.

also - Localphone - can't use this to call india as i've tried to create an account and it just says We don’t have any landline access numbers in India, so we can’t offer you a free call at this time.

You can still make calls at our great rates from your PC or laptop with a Localphone VoIP account.

Getting started is easy and it’s free to register…

so this is good for me unless someone knows otherwise
#19
Where I live, I can't imagine anyone who wants to call India,but sadly many who will want to call eastern europe.
#20
Great now we can call o2 customer service cheap
banned#21
do any of these have a connection fee? am sure lebara etc have a 15p connection charge? i find that when you ring mobiles abroad sometimes they cut off mid way and you need to re-dial
#22
BargainHunter108
Guan
Why not just use a sim card like Lebara, Vectone, iCard and LycaMobile?
They're all doing 1ppm deals to a large selection of countries.
Lebara are 1ppm to both landlines and mobiles, making it cheaper for me to call anyone in India than phoning next door!

Also, cards like the £5 'White' card give you in access of 700 actual minutes which is about 0.7ppm


Another thing to note : TMobile charged me for calling my friends LycalMobile Number. Lycamobile is not included in the monthly allowance of TMobile.


That's odd, don't Lyca use TMobiles network? I've never had to call anyone on Lyca but calls to Lebara are included in my Orange 'Any network' inclusive minutes.
1 Like #23
carefreeblue
Where I live, I can't imagine anyone who wants to call India,but sadly many who will want to call eastern europe.
too true where i live as well. can't find anyone local to get of backside and do any work. really frustrating trying to find anyone willing to do an honest day of any manual work. ;)
#24
callum9999
Guan
Why not just use a sim card like Lebara, Vectone, iCard and LycaMobile?
They're all doing 1ppm deals to a large selection of countries.
Lebara are 1ppm to both landlines and mobiles, making it cheaper for me to call anyone in India than phoning next door!

Also, cards like the £5 'White' card give you in access of 700 actual minutes which is about 0.7ppm


Because it's a lot easier to just do it from the same sim card. If you call a lot maybe it is worth it, but I'd much rather save the hassle and spend the extra 0.3p per minute.

I've never understood how it's a tiny fraction of the price to call across to the over side of the world in comparison to calling next door though!


Unlike this calling card with the 4 sim card examples I listed you just call directly from your (unlocked) phone. Thought that was obvious with them being SIM cards. I'm sure they also reward you for transferring your existing number to them.

Vectone Bonuses.
1 Like #25
bal2801
do any of these have a connection fee? am sure lebara etc have a 15p connection charge? i find that when you ring mobiles abroad sometimes they cut off mid way and you need to re-dial


Never actually used any of them myself. My sisters on Vectone and loves it. Check out the small print on their websites.
Lebara are also doing £10 free credit with a £20 topup http://www.lebara-mobile.co.uk
#26
Thanks
#27
Do these o2 calling cards expire?
#28
BargainHunter108
Also if you have a BT line there are numerous numbers starting with 0844(E.g. 08442001515 - India
08442009090 - USA) which give u 0.5p/min to India. There is a connection fee so if you are making long calls like I do then its worth it. But this one is a gr88 deal if you want to use a mobile.



Whats the connection charge with BT ?
1 Like #29
bal2801
do any of these have a connection fee? am sure lebara etc have a 15p connection charge? i find that when you ring mobiles abroad sometimes they cut off mid way and you need to re-dial
i was on lebara before migrating to vectone bout a yr ago, to the best of my knowledge, neither of them had/have a connection charge/fee.
#30
Anyone know the cheapest way to call a EU mobile? As even with this it is still 19p a minute
#31
trickyd
Anyone know the cheapest way to call a EU mobile? As even with this it is still 19p a minute

Which country is it? Have you also checked out the international rates T Mobile or Three - I find they are the cheapest for the EU country I call but it depends on which country.
#32
sunnyhot
carefreeblue
Where I live, I can't imagine anyone who wants to call India,but sadly many who will want to call eastern europe.

too true where i live as well. can't find anyone local to get of backside and do any work. really frustrating trying to find anyone willing to do an honest day of any manual work. ;)


Not if you ask the likes of "carefreeblue" or the BNP! No doubt every (white) Englishman is scouring the local area all day everyday looking for any work they could possibly do while the Polish are arriving in chartered coaches and walking into the jobs.
#33
I use tesco's calling card. Worth checking them as well
#34
Can this card be used with calls from GIFFGAFF as they run on O2 as well?
#35
Doe's anybody know What's the best Pre paid card,For travelling around Australia ,Hong Kong and Thailand and wanting to ring the UK landlines mobiles?
#36
Do you need to top up your o2 sim for this to work?
#37
I have 300 minutes anytime anynetwork with o2 so if I use the above on my mobile it would not cost me anything but just take my minutes??
#38
thanks that's a great deal. I wish they alos had option to purchase calling card online.
#39
Suhayl123
I have 300 minutes anytime anynetwork with o2 so if I use the above on my mobile it would not cost me anything but just take my minutes??
No you ring a 0203 number then dial the international number - the credit will come off the card but you wont use your minutes if on o2
#40
great offer....heat added

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