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Diverting mobile calls.

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9y, 9m agoPosted 9 years, 9 months ago
Long story, but I need a contract phone so I can port a number to it and divert all calls from that number to my 'new' number. Sounds easy enough but the PAC is a 3 network one. I know that Orange and T-Mobile charge for diverting calls.
Do Virgin, O2 or Vodaphone charge for diverting calls?
Ideas please. :)
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9y, 9m agoPosted 9 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Charge for diverting? Never heard of that, only ever done it on my O2 and I have never been charged

Personally I'd recommend T-Mobile Flex-T 35 12month free cashback deal as that'll give you the most minutes @ 600mins/1200sms a month
#2
Tmobile charge for diverting because I recently cancelled my divert because of the charge.
#3
What were you charged?
#4
schizoboy
Charge for diverting? Never heard of that, only ever done it on my O2 and I have never been charged

Personally I'd recommend T-Mobile Flex-T 35 12month free cashback deal as that'll give you the most minutes @ 600mins/1200sms a month


I had never heard of charging either until I got a whopping Orange bill for diverting calls to a 3 mobile.
I know that T-Mobile charge because it shows on the monthly bill, but that is only the occasional divert to a Home number. The Orange was a permanent divert.

Thanks for the reply.:thumbsup:
#5
I'm amazed they charge at all really, the divert is 100% internal to the network, when you set it up on your phone, you're uploading the number and specific settings and they take care of it, I always assumed it was just taken out of any inclusive minutes if there.

In this day and age it's amazing they have the audacity to do that.
#6
That's what I thought/believed.
schizoboy
I'm amazed they charge at all really, the divert is 100% internal to the network, when you set it up on your phone, you're uploading the number and specific settings and they take care of it, I always assumed it was just taken out of any inclusive minutes if there.



Agreed or is that just greed :giggle:
schizoboy

In this day and age it's amazing they have the audacity to do that.
#7
.I was charged 78p ex vat for 2 diverted calls...9 mins in total..so maybe they charge 10 p a minute..not certain...anyway I didn't rally require the service so cancelled...the divert was to my landline
#8
you get charged for the cost of calling the number you divert to as if you were calling it from your mobile and had no free minutes.
such as 35p x network ect
#9
Just to clarify I had loads of my monthly minute quota unused but was charged by tmobile who advised that this was not included in the monthly minutes.
#10
Yep, really annoying. I divert my work's mobile from my car to my personal mobile so i don't have to carry 2 phones about me if i'm at a job. Every call incurs a cost on my work mobile as it charges for "calling" my personal mobile :?

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