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Make FREE international calls to India on your Three Mobile using your in bundle minutes

Say hello to FREE international calls to India now available in your bundle on the Three mobile network.
If you have a Pay Monthly or Pay As You Go SIM card with a monthly bundle of minutes, then you can make free international calls to India right now! No accounts required no hidden charges!
How to make FREE calls to India on Three
Simply call 07755 53 53 53, then, when you are connected to our service, dial the full international number in India starting with 0091.

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077555 call is a non standard 07 call and costs 3p/min as per Three's PAYG_priceguide_April15.pdf
- splender

Its definitely free on Three Mobile Monthly Contracts, been using it for a number of months.
- SaeedB
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Oh good, does that mean I can call them about the security issues they are having on their Windows PCs and also they can claim for the accident they recently had, not forgetting the wonderful 3 letters known as PPI

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#1
The website says India, however it will be great if could find other possibilities as well (_;)

Edited By: ameet80uk on Apr 10, 2015 07:38
#2
very vry hot voted thank u
2 Likes #3
Available in other countries too.
http://www.call07755.com/freecalls-FB.aspx#Europe
#4
wow what timing, Vasakhi is coming on the 14th this is the biggest religious celebration for Sikhs so bet there will be lots of happy faces now thanks Ameet. Happy Vasakhi to all.
5 Likes #5
Oh good, does that mean I can call them about the security issues they are having on their Windows PCs and also they can claim for the accident they recently had, not forgetting the wonderful 3 letters known as PPI
#6
Sounds too good, like a charity, how do "they" make money?
Addendum, found out my answer 07755 5 is a non standard 07 number and it attracts a 3p/min so that's how they make money. There are plenty of players charging less than that (and it is not free'ing any thing to bamboozle you and pretends it is free..even for many countries Three own international calls, using a prefix code, starts at 1p a minute), Giffgaff has cheaper per minute calls, for those making long calls , paying a connection charge of 15p, then each call can be as low as 0.5p/min.


Edited By: splender on Apr 10, 2015 16:30: added text
#8
So glad I have T-mobile sim with inclusive 08 calls - can use my minutes to call most of the world including mobiles.
#9
07755 numbers are not free from Three mobiles. They are charged at 35p/minute. Guys please confirm before you make calls with support team.
#10
Three is not bad at all for directly calling india. i have a 123 payg sim and it is the best deal i ever had. you can call india for 3p a minute by prefixing the indian number with 413. good quality of sound and very little fuss.
#11
GMuk
07755 numbers are not free from Three mobiles. They are charged at 35p/minute. Guys please confirm before you make calls with support team.
No, 077552/ 077553 / 077554 / 077555 is charged at 3p/min according to their PAYG_priceguide_April15.pdf
#12
GMuk
07755 numbers are not free from Three mobiles. They are charged at 35p/minute. Guys please confirm before you make calls with support team.

Been using this service for a number of months on my Three Contract. Its INCLUSIVE in your minutes. You dont get charged!
#13
Hi- Any ways to call India from EE network?
#14
we use localphone, they convert the number to a local number which comes out your free mins, 0.5p to USA, 0.7p to India
#15
I can confirm it is in fact included in your minutes on three. I have used it for many months now and have never had any extra charges.
banned 3 Likes #16
You can call India for free with other networks too - just give customer services a call ;)
#17
Who the f☆☆k wants to call India?
It's about time these Network provider's made international calling cheaper.
3 Likes #18
Never ceases to amuse me why a minority of HUKDers have to make pointless inflammatory comments.
No one gives a rat's **** about what you think! Crawl back to your smelly holes!
#19
ask123aer
Hi- Any ways to call India from EE network?

There is one way which is pretty "cheap" provided you have the internet (But then you'd use Skype, surely?? ) Set up a VoIP line, pay $0.99/month to get a UK number from didlogic, and call India, but you'd be calling a UK number instead, but it'd be in India - this is assuming youre calling friends and family!

If you're feeling up to the challenge, I made a guide here on VoiP-y stuff :)

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?t=4940517

(You can use a "soft phone" like CSIPSimple to use if ya want as well! - so you dont even need to buy a hardwired phone if you dont want to!!)

Edited By: waqasahmed on Apr 11, 2015 02:36
#20
tinystar
Who the f☆☆k wants to call India?
It's about time these Network provider's made international calling cheaper.

Perhaps people who have friends/relatives there?

And it's not as easy as "making intl calls easier" Other countries dont have the competition that the UK has. Other countries dont have the infrastructure that the UK has. When youre looking at intl calls, a company like three wont have their own network in that country (Unless it's one of the major areas they operate in ie: three Australia is a big one I think?), they partner with mobile communications companies in that area. Then there's the overhead of sending your data across through many many cell towers. It's pure cost.

There's a reason why it's cheaper to call the USA than it is to call a developing nation maybe 2 hours away. It's purely down to competition and a better infrastructure.

Edited By: waqasahmed on Apr 11, 2015 02:40
1 Like #21
dalipsinghno1
wow what timing, Vasakhi is coming on the 14th this is the biggest religious celebration for Sikhs so bet there will be lots of happy faces now thanks Ameet. Happy Vasakhi to all.

Not a Sikh, but happy Vasakhi to you!!!!!!!
#22
batista
we use localphone, they convert the number to a local number which comes out your free mins, 0.5p to USA, 0.7p to India

0.7p to India seems RIDICULOUSLY cheap. Sure it's not 7p?
#23
ameet80uk
The website says India, however it will be great if could find other possibilities as well (_;)

Tbh with ya Ameet, it's down to supply and demand. More people want to call the countries that three have provided, so three provide it as a service!

splender
Sounds too good, like a charity, how do "they" make money?
Addendum, found out my answer 07755 5 is a non standard 07 number and it attracts a 3p/min so that's how they make money. There are plenty of players charging less than that (and it is not free'ing any thing to bamboozle you and pretends it is free..even for many countries Three own international calls, using a prefix code, starts at 1p a minute), Giffgaff has cheaper per minute calls, for those making long calls , paying a connection charge of 15p, then each call can be as low as 0.5p/min.



I find that three are more expensive any way, so perhaps thats how theyre making their money :D

Edited By: waqasahmed on Apr 11, 2015 02:43
#24
I use talk talk 500 global minutes boost for £5.
call all Asian countries
#25
senukas
So glad I have T-mobile sim with inclusive 08 calls - can use my minutes to call most of the world including mobiles.
How ? Please share
#26
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batista
we use localphone, they convert the number to a local number which comes out your free mins, 0.5p to USA, 0.7p to India
Its 0.7p plus VAT
2 Likes #27
Far cheaper to just call 333 ;)
#28
waqasahmed
batista
we use localphone, they convert the number to a local number which comes out your free mins, 0.5p to USA, 0.7p to India
0.7p to India seems RIDICULOUSLY cheap. Sure it's not 7p?

http://www.localphone.com/
#29
p4pankaj
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batista
we use localphone, they convert the number to a local number which comes out your free mins, 0.5p to USA, 0.7p to India
Its 0.7p plus VAT

alright 0.84p , still less than 1p a minute
#30
straight forward and simple way calling India is just buy a cheap standard mobile phone and put LYCA sim in it.
top up as required 1p per minute. no connection charges.
been using for sometime.
3 Likes #31
tinystar
Who the f☆☆k wants to call India?
It's about time these Network provider's made international calling cheaper.
why are you reading thread titlle 'Make FREE international calls to India on your Three Mobile using your in bundle minutes'? oO
1 Like #32
littel helper
tinystar
Who the f☆☆k wants to call India?
It's about time these Network provider's made international calling cheaper.
why are you reading thread titlle 'Make FREE international calls to India on your Three Mobile using your in bundle minutes'? oO

I personally think this is a great post... I'm going to ring loads of PPI sellers and see how they ruddy well like it!
#33
i use skype. paying 7 pounds ish for 400 minutes to call malaysia monthly.
1 Like #34
I've always been able to do this. Just call dial 333 for Customer Service
#35
Skype PAYG costs only 0.9p/min. Monthly subscription is much cheaper, upto 0.6p/m. Of course it requires internet and smart phone. But one can make calls "from" anywhere in the world using same number, through internet (VOIP). Uses a lot of data, wifi preferred, but quality is good.
Lyca is 2p/min. 1p/m is advertised but is only for heavy users.
1 Like #36
mudisoft
I've always been able to do this. Just call dial 333 for Customer Service


Only 9 hours too late

#27 beat you!
#37
Hi can anyone confirm it works on 3
#38
Talktalk have unlimited calls to India in their international boost. No messing about with voip/Skype or access numbers. Just gutted they removed Pakistan from the package :(
#39
do not use it all faq i been charge its primium no network provider charge you[url=]Your text here[/url]
#40
If it is included in inclusive minutes. Its still not free because you presumably have paid for the inclusive minutes in the first place.

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