Stuartli 09:15 04 Sep 2003

It depends entirely on how many local and national calls you would normally make during any particular month - you still have to pay BT for the landline...

Regarding the 0845 calls, ISPs use this prefix as it takes a percentage of the call charge on Pay as you Go services; that's how they make some of their profits.

One-Tel therefore would obviously not sanction the use of such numbers for this purpose as it would be losing income.

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