Free Calls on BT, SKY, PlusNet, SSE Talk, Virgin Media and Post Office, John Lewis and NowTV Home Phone accounts for International Calling
Mootel international free calls services allows you to make free calls to over 85 destinations worldwide. In particular, by using the free inclusive 0870 allowance within your UK landline package, you can reduce your bill for international calls to zero.
Dial: 0870 494 0994
(IF NOT INCLUSIVE, CALL TO THE ABOVE NUMBERS WILL COST 13 PENCE PER MINUTE, IN ADDITION TO YOUR PHONE COMPANY’S ACCESS CHARGE)
Landline Providers with inclusive 0870 calls:
BT: Redial after 60 mins. Limit of 1000 mins and 150 calls per month
Plusnet: Redial after 60 mins.
Post Office Home Phone: Redial after 60 mins
Sky Talk: Redial After 60 mins
SSE Talk: Redial after 60 mins. Limit of 1000 mins and 150 calls per month
Virgin Media Talk Plans: Redial after 60 mins
John Lewis: Redial after 60 mins. Limit of 1000 mins and 150 calls per month
NowTV Home Phone: Redial after 60 mins
Mobile Providers with inclusive 0870 calls:
EE/T-Mobile/Orange: Add-on available for inclusive 08 calls (300 minutes) for £3 per month
Vodafone: Add-on available for inclusive 08 calls (300 minutes) for £3 per month
Virgin Mobile: 30 days Sim-Only plans costing £10 per month and over
How to get 0870 FREE CALLS Inclusive on your tariff?
- VIRGIN MEDIA – LANDLINE : Click HERE
- SKY: Click HEREand scroll down to “UK call rates”.
- VODAFONE: Click HEREand scroll down to “Call a lot of 08 numbers?”
- EE: Click HERE
- BT: Click HERE
- PlusNet: Click HERE
- Post Office Home Phone: Click HERE. Scroll down and click “UK Calling Option”.
- SSE: Click HERE then click on important information link
Use our Free Calls service 24/7 anytime you want. In short, use your inclusive 0870 allowance. You can call over 85 destinations worldwide at no cost. For a full list of destinations view our Supported Countries page. Make sure you check out whether you have inclusive 0870 minutes within your UK landline phone package before using our calling service. As a result your international calls may be free.
First of all, check with your phone provider that 0870 numbers as part of your inclusive bundle/minutes. A charge of 13 pence per minute in addition to your network’s access charge applies if not included. If you are in doubt please check with your provider prior to making a call or simply make a short call for less than a minute and check on your online bill details/breakdown to ensure that you get FREE CALLS.
BT and most landlines providers charge for inclusive calls which are longer than 60 minutes, that’s for any numbers not just the 0870 numbers. Importantly, if you are making a long call be sure to hang up after 59 minutes and re-dial. Equally important, never exceed 1000 minutes per month or 100 calls per month as your provider may charge you if you exceed those limits. We cannot accept liability for any charge incurred while using this service.
Free Call Service Usage:
By using this service you agree to receive marketing via SMS or other forms that the provider of this service may use from time to time. This may include but not be limited to providing new access numbers for your service or other related telecoms service. At no point is the provider of this service liable for costs that may be incurred owing to your use of your mobile or landline service provider.
By using this service you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions as stated and anyone failing to do so, as a result will be barred from this and any other service in future. We will not pass phone numbers to any other organisation. This free calls service is provided in good faith. If the operators exclude or start charging these numbers as a result, this service will be terminated with no notice. Therefore, please do not use this service if you cannot agree to this.
Service provider: Evolcom Ltd, 20-22 Wenlock Road, London N1 7GU Helpline: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm on 08701869333
By all means tell your friends and family about our free calls service. For one thing, why pay for your international calls when they can be FREE?