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    Just a reminder for those who might have missed this.
    0800 100 100
    You do have to listen to a short advert after that it is free.

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    That's great, thanks for that - I had missed it. Always handy to know. rep left

    thanks!!but is it free from ur mobile?

    cheers mate

    faiza1;1841941

    thanks!!but is it free from ur mobile?


    ditto

    thanks

    faiza1;1841941

    thanks!!but is it free from ur mobile?

    No, cos i don't believe any of the networks anymore offer 0800 numbers as part of your inclusive minutes or free on PAYG

    boydent999;1842054

    No, cos i don't believe any of the networks anymore offer 0800 numbers as … No, cos i don't believe any of the networks anymore offer 0800 numbers as part of your inclusive minutes or free on PAYG



    booooooooooo to networks.. thanks for answer tough..... sorry im outta rep at the mo.... but i can cyber hug u instead!

    faiza1;1841941

    thanks!!but is it free from ur mobile?



    It's free if you have mins included within your contract. To dial, you need to drop the 1st "0" though

    ChrisUK;1842099

    It's free if you have mins included within your contract. To dial, you … It's free if you have mins included within your contract. To dial, you need to drop the 1st "0" though


    Is this true? Just never heard about that method before.

    ChrisUK;1842099

    It's free if you have mins included within your contract. To dial, you … It's free if you have mins included within your contract. To dial, you need to drop the 1st "0" though

    Lol, ok, which network is this then please? I've NEVER heard of this, there's more chance of you getting a number not recognised but if you can and have done this, it'd be nice to know

    Should work on all networks - deffo works on O2.

    Just dial 800 100 100

    Works with all freephone numbers

    Well i've a 3 contract phone and it comes up not recognised with the leading 0 dropped.
    Type as OP, and it says this will be charged at your normal network rate.
    I've an o2 handset for work, drop the leading zero and number not recognised, so doesn't work for o2 here

    YES IT DOES

    I've even just tried this number on my O2 phone, without the leading zero & it works fine.

    ChrisUK;1842174

    YES IT DOESI've even just tried this number on my O2 phone, without the … YES IT DOESI've even just tried this number on my O2 phone, without the leading zero & it works fine.

    No need to shout, i'm saying it doesn't work for me, you're saying it does work for you......i am sure other's will comment.

    If you have free mins try 01635 774800 :thumbsup:


    these number came from [url]www.saynoto0870.com[/url]

    Might be because it's a work phone - your work might have blocked certain things

    Dunno, like i say, we need more folks to speak up

    Tried on my work moby (O2 again) - that works fine too

    Been using this method for years, if you dial an 0800 number, a voice recording actually tells you that it's not a freephone number from your handset, and to drop the leading 0 to dial it. This then comes out of your free mins !

    TO ChrisUK: Chris, I just had an arguement with O2, because I dropped a leading ZERO yet still got charged £10 for an hour's call I thought was free.. They refuse to refund it!
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