Please be aware that due to a wide scale market increase the rates for calling Nigeria Mobile has increased across the following services.
Instant - from 6p/min to 8p/min - 0871 751 2186
Top Up- from 7p/min to 11.5p/min
We have been made aware the rates may drop again soon, but can not assure that this will be the case
We have released a new access number for making free international calls, with following improvements:
1 Better network with enhanced redundancy and call capacity
2. More destinations added:
|HUNGARY PANNON MOBILE|
|HUNGARY WESTEL MOBILE|
|PERU MOVISTAR MOBILE|
|PUERTO RICO MOBILE|
|VENEZUELA MOBILE DIGITEL|
|VENEZUELA MOBILE MOVISTAR|
|VIRGIN ISLANDS USA|
For full destination list, please visit:
We are happy to announce that India is back to our new issued 0870 number for international calls! And countries such as Australia, Canada, China, India, Pakistan, Poland, USA are also included in the free service.
For details please check our Free International Calls Servicee
From the 1st of August the service charge set on some of our access numbers will reduce in cost, some will remain the same, and other will increase
From the 1st of August we will also be reducing the headline rates to our two most popular destinations. Pakistan and Pakistan-Mobile will reduce from their current rate of 7ppm to 3ppm, and India and India-Mobile will reduce from 3ppm to 1ppm.
The advertised rate for most destinations will change from 1st August as a result of the changes in service charges, and some will see additional changes due to recent changes in cost rates in the market. For detailed rates, please visit: our rates page
From the 1st of August we will be making changes to Topup rates to provide improved rates to almost all top destinations. For detailed rates, please visit: Top Up page
Due to the requirement of Ofcom, our 08xxx access numbers will be charged with extra service fees from your service provider, from 1st of July, 2015.
From the 1st of July charges to our access numbers will be split into two parts:
• The ‘Access Charge’ – this is how much the customer’s phone company (landline or mobile provider) will charge the customer per minute for making the call
• The ‘Service Charge’ – this is the charge that is set by Just Dial as the provider of the service.
We are sad to make such a change, which means calling used-to-be 1p/min numbers will be charged for 3p/min, plus the access chage from your service provider.
Meanwhile, top up service will not be affected.
Unfortunately we have had to make rate increases following a price hike by our carriers with minimal notice. Please accept our apologies for the late notification.
We have kept these increases to a minimum and where possible have absorbed the additional costs ourselves, to maintain lower rates.
|The following destinations for TopUp will now be charged as shown:>|
|The following destinations for Direct Dial will now be charged as shown:|
|St Kitts & Nevis||£0.15|
|St Vincent & The Grenadines||£0.15|
There are a few changes on our Cheap Calling service from mobile (Short Number). They will be effective from 1st of March, 2013.
The destinations are:
|Dest||changed from||changed to||?|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina Mobile||20||25||Increase|
We Have Switched!
To offer even better services to people in UK, we(Talk4Longer) have switched to a new domain name:talk4longer.co.uk !
Our running services and products will not be effected meanwhile.
We are still unable to offer the free service to India as it was. However since this morning we allow customer to call India on 0845 but the call duration is limited to 2.5minutes. You can redial as many times as you wish.
It is a temporary measure until the price drops again.
Please retest your number and contact us if you have any problems.
Due to a price hike by our carriers at short notice, we apologize for the short notice but we have recently had to make rate increases to a small number of destinations following; we can assure that these increases have been kept to a minimum.
Please see the affected destinations and rates below:
Iraq & Iraq Baghdad - 11p
Serbia & Serbia Kosovo - 14.5p
Ukraine Mobile - 20p
Our new service for mobile users has again made a price cut on many countries, including hot destinations such as Australia, Bangladesh, Bulgaria, New Zealand, Poland, Romania and South Africa!
This change is to be made on 1st, October, 2014.
|Effective date||Destination||Service||Changed from||Changed to||Change|
|1-Oct-13||Australia||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||3||2||Decrease|
|1-Oct-13||Bangladesh||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||5||4||Decrease|
|1-Oct-13||Bangladesh Mobile||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||5||4||Decrease|
|1-Oct-13||Bulgaria||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||5||2||Decrease|
|1-Oct-13||Bulgaria Mobile||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||20||7||Decrease|
|1-Oct-13||Ghana||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||17||14||Decrease|
|1-Oct-13||Ghana Mobile||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||17||14||Decrease|
|1-Oct-13||Montserrat||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||15||25||Increase|
|1-Oct-13||Montserrat Mobile||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||15||25||Increase|
|1-Oct-13||New Zealand||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||3||2||Decrease|
|1-Oct-13||Nigeria||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||8||6||Decrease|
|1-Oct-13||Nigeria Mobile||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||8||6||Decrease|
|1-Oct-13||Poland||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||3||2||Decrease|
|1-Oct-13||Romania||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||3||2||Decrease|
|1-Oct-13||Romania Mobile||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||8||7||Decrease|
|1-Oct-13||South Africa||O2, T-Mobile, Orange and Three cheap calls||3||2||Decrease|
We are also making a major rates update on our Top Up service, which leads to a massive change on our rates: 158 destinations are cheaper, while rates of 111 destinations are going higher.
This update will be made on Wednesday 17th July 2013. For details please check the table below:
|Antigua & Barbuda||15||10.5||4.5|
|Antigua & Barbuda-Mobile||25.5||12||13.5|
|Argentina (Buenos Aires)||1||1||0|
|Bosnia & Herzegovina||11.5||11.5||0|
|Bosnia & Herzegovina-Mobile||30||30||0|
|Br. Virgin Islands||10||25||-15|
|Br. Virgin Islands-Mobile||13.5||25||-11.5|
|Central African Republic||28||28||0|
|Central African Republic-Mobile||39.5||28||11.5|
|Czech Republic (Other)||2||2||0|
|Democratic Republic of Congo||32||40||-8|
|Democratic Republic of Congo-Mobile||26||40||-14|
|Democratic Republic of Congo-Mobile (Other)||32.5||40||-7.5|
|Ethiopia (Addis Ababa)||20||20||0|
|Guinea Republic-Mobile (MTN)||47||27||20|
|Guinea Republic-Mobile (Sotelgui)||48||27||21|
|International Freephone Service||1.5|
|Italy (Vatican City)||1||1||0|
|Ivory Coast-Mobile (Other)||33||25||8|
|Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur)||1.5||1.5||0|
|Russia (St Petersburg)||3.5||3.5||0|
|South Africa-Mobile (MTN)||12||12||0|
|South Africa-Mobile (Vodacom)||12||12||0|
|South Sudan Mobile||25||35||-10|
|St Kitts & Nevis||11||17||-6|
|St Kitts & Nevis-Mobile||24||17||7|
|St Pierre & Miquelon||24|
|St Pierre & Miquelon-Mobile||20|
|St Vincent & The Grenadines||9||10.5||-1.5|
|St Vincent & The Grenadines-Mobile||20||20||0|
|Trinidad & Tobago||10||10||0|
|Trinidad & Tobago-Mobile||18||9||9|
|Turks & Caicos Islands||11.5||20||-8.5|
|Turks & Caicos Islands-Mobile||24.5||18.5||6|
|U.S. Virgin Islands||1||1||0|
|United Arab Emirates||13||13||0|
|United Arab Emirates - Mobile||18.5||13||5.5|
We are making a major rates update on our cheap calling from landlines service, which leads to a massive reduction on our rates: 234 destinations are cheaper, and only rates of 58 destinations are going higher.
This update will be made on Wednesday 17th July 2013. For details please check the table below:
|Antigua & Barbuda-Mobile||20||9||11|
|Br. Virgin Islands||5||20||-15|
|Br. Virgin Islands-Mobile||7||20||-13|
|Central African Republic||20||35||-15|
|Central African Republic-Mobile||25||35||-10|
|Democratic Republic of Congo||20||25||-5|
|Democratic Republic of Congo-Mobile||20||25||-5|
|Ethiopia (Addis Ababa)||15||20||-5|
|Guinea Republic-Mobile (MTN)||35||25||10|
|Guinea Republic-Mobile (Sotelgui)||35||25||10|
|International Freephone Service||1||BLOCKED|
|Ivory Coast-Mobile (Other)||25||20||5|
|Russia (St Petersburg)||1||2||-1|
|Sao Tome & Principe||BLOCKED||BLOCKED|
|Sao Tome & Principe-Mobile||BLOCKED||BLOCKED|
|South Africa-Mobile (MTN)||4||7||-3|
|South Africa-Mobile (Vodacom)||4||7||-3|
|South Sudan Mobile||20||1||19|
|St Kitts & Nevis||6||20||-14|
|St Kitts & Nevis-Mobile||15||20||-5|
|St Pierre & Miquelon||15||35||-20|
|St Pierre & Miquelon-Mobile||15||35||-20|
|St Vincent & The Grenadines||5||7||-2|
|Trinidad & Tobago||4||6||-2|
|Trinidad & Tobago-Mobile||15||6||9|
|Turks & Caicos Islands||7||15||-8|
|Turks & Caicos Islands-Mobile||20||15||5|
|Wallis & Futuna Islands||50||BLOCKED|
It has become necessary to cease our Unlimited Service on short code 81020
What will happen?
From 1st June 2013, no new subscriptions will be allowed on the Unlimited Service.
Customers will be able to make calls on their existing subscriptions up to 1st July 2013.
Yes we have many good services might fit you, such as: direct calling from landlines, short codes, top up. You can simply search your destination on our home page, or browse the country list to find the best offer!
We are sorry to notify you that India is no longer in our free 0845
list currently, due to increased cost incurred. We are working hard with our service provider, trying to make India free again.
Meanwhile, please try this alternative number: 0844 720 2410. It works 24/7 (including nights and weekends)! The cost is 1p/min plus a 13.9 connection fee charged by BT. That is to say, if you make a 30 minutes call to India, all you need to pay is 30+13.9=43.9p. Your actual cost per minute is 1.4p, nothing more. There is no requirement for the contract type with this number.
Dear Top Up customers,
Currently the £3 short code 80041 is billed in two stages; you send a single request and two billed messages are sent in response at £1.50 each.
This approach made sense when Topup service was launched; however it is now appropriate to have a single message response at £3. Therefore we will be updating the tariff for short code 80041 at the start of April 2013.
The Networks do not update at the same time and as a result the tariff change will be on two days; Tuesday 2nd April 2013 and Thursday 4th April 2013.
Tuesday 2nd April 2013 – Everything Everywhere (T-Mobile & Orange), O2 and Three
Thursday 4th April 2013 – Vodafone
After these dates you will recieve just ONE message after top up, and it costs 3 pounds.
Due to government action in Pakistan that has resulted in increase in the costs of carrying traffic to Pakistan for all service providers. the 4p/min
short code is no longer available for Pakistan from today. We have to
adjust the price and change the short code for Pakistan to 290872,
which costs 8p/min.
The change is effective from 3rd of October, 2012.
There are a few changes on our Cheap Calling service from mobile (Short Number). They will be effective from 1st of October, 2012.
The destinations are:
|Date||Dest||changed from||changed to|
|1-Oct-12||Antigua and Barbuda Mobile||12||15||Increase|
Unfortunately the wholesale rate to Pakistan has increased significantly and we have been forced to increase the calling rate to Pakistan. We believe that this is an industry wide increase and competitors will also be increasing their rates.
Update(14/08/2012): The overcharge issue of Orange monthly users with Talk4longer short codes has been corrected by the network provider.
We are really sorry for a technical fault from Orange Pay Monthly side with regards to billing the customers for the usage of Talk4longer short codes.
If you were overcharged, could you please keep a copy of your bill as you all would be credited by Orange for the extra charges. We do understand that this might have caused a lot of frustration as some of the amounts are very high but we have contacted Orange and you all will be credit for these amounts by your network provider.
We again apologize for this and thank you for understanding.
Great news: We have made a major upgrade to our Short Code service. As a result, we can support more mobile plans, such as:
O2 - PAYG and Pay Monthly
Orange - PAYG and Pay Monthly
T-Mobile - PAYG and Pay Monthly
3 - PAYG and Pay Monthly
This means this service is now available on on both O2 and Orange Pay Monthly!
And the prices to 55 destinations are also changed (of course, most of them are decreased).
Here is the list of destinations effected:
|Destination||changed from||changed to|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||12||11||Decrease|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina Mobile||25||20||Decrease|
|Congo Dem Rep||25||19||Decrease|
|Cyprus North Mobile||13||12||Decrease|
|Korea South Mobile||5||4||Decrease|
|Saudi Arabia Mobile||12||11||Decrease|
|South Africa Mobile||11||9||Decrease|
|Trinidad and Tobago||5||7||Increase|
|Trinidad and Tobago Mobile||11||14||Increase|
We have some great news with lower rates to many Direct Dial destinations! From Tuesday 7th February 2011 we will be reducing the calling rate to over 80 destinations. This means that landline users will be able to make even cheaper international calls!
Bangladesh and Pakistan inc. Mobile: now just 2p per minute!
Kenya inc. Mobile: now just 5 pence per minute!
Ireland Mobile: now just 8 pence per minute!
And there are many more!
Unfortunately it has become necessary to increase some topup calling rates. Again, we have kept these rate increases to a minimum and will continue to monitor for improved rates.
|Direct Dial Rate Changes|
|New Rates from Tuesday 7th February 2012|
|Destination||Old Rate (pence)||New Rate (pence)|
|DEM REP OF CONGO,MOBILE||20||25|
|SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO,MOBILE||35||25|
|TRINIDAD & TOBAGO||4||6|
|TURKS & CAICOS||9||15|
|UNITED ARAB EMIRATES||10||9|
|UNITED ARAB EMIRATES,MOBILE||10||9|
|Top Up Rate Changes|
|New Rates from Tuesday 7th February 2012|
|Destination||Old Rate (pence)||Old Connection Charge (pence)||New Rate (pence)||New Connection Charge (pence)|
|BOSNIA & HERZ.,MOBILE||20||30||30||30|
|BRAZIL,RIO DE JANEIRO||1||2||1.5||3|
|BRITISH VIRGIN ISLAND||18||30||25||30|
|BURMA - MYANMAR||24||30||30||30|
|CENTRAL AFRICAN REP||24||30||28||30|
|DEM REP OF CONGO||25||30||40||30|
|DEM REP OF CONGO,MOBILE||25||30||40||30|
|PAPUA NEW GUINEA||50||30||60||30|
|SERBIA AND MONTENEGRO,MOBILE||20||30||30||30|
|TRINIDAD & TOBAGO||7||14||10||20|
|TURKS & CAICOS||10||20||20||30|
Sorry for this late notice. However, we are happy to announce that for cheap calling services from Orange & T-mobile, we have made further reductions, from 19 January 2012. Over 100 hot places like Pakistan, Turkey, and mobiles in many European countries are included in this cheaper deal!
Here is the list of destinations effected:
|Destination||changed from||changed to|
|Antigua and Barbuda||13||12|
|Antigua and Barbuda Mobile||13||12|
|Canary Islands Mobile||9||8|
|Costa Rica Mobile||7||6|
|Czech Republic Mobile||12||8|
|New Zealand Mobile||15||9|
|South Africa Mobile||12||11|
|St Pierre and Miquelon||19||17|
|St Vincent and Grenadines||12||10|
|Trinidad and Tobago||9||5|
For cheap calling services from Orange & T-mobile, we are happy to announce that we have made further reductions on over thirty destinations, from 3 October 2011. Hot places like Pakistan, Turkey, and mobiles in many European countries are included in this cheaper deal!
Here is the list of destinations effected:
|Destination||Changed from||Changed to|
|Canary Islands Mobile||10||9|
|Czech Republic Mobile||14||12|
|Congo Dem Rep||19||25|
|Dominican Republic Mobile||10||9|
|Korea South Mobile||6||5|
|Netherlands Antilles Mobile||14||12|
|St Kitts and Nevis Mobile||25||20|
|St Vincent and Grenadines||18||12|
From this Wednesday, 10th August 2011, access numbers and rates for our cheap calling service from landlines (Direct Dial service) will have a major update. Many hot destinations, such as France and Germany Mobile, Pakistan, Poland Mobile, Nigeria Mobile, will enjoy a much cheaper calling rate. And access numbers will be changed accordingly. We suggest every landline user to check our website for new access number of your destination, as there is a chance that your existing access number might not be connected properly.
Our recently launched Travel Sim product has a Call Divert function, which might provide you another option of making free international calls! Hundreds of destinations, such as China, India, Pakistan and USA are included. For more information, please visit here:
Please remember you will need to purchase a Travel Sim card to make free calls.
We have launched a new service - Travel Sim, which provides cheap international calls for users travelling out of UK. With this roaming sim card, you can:
Make cheap calls in 150 counties
Recieve free calls in 45 countries
Send/recieve SMS texts
Have a UK number and divert incoming calls to your mobile
Top up automatically at your choice
For more information, please visit the web page of roaming travel sim card
We have made further reduction to Orange, T-mobile and three short code service. Prices for some of the key destinations like Pakistan, Kenya, Nepal, Saudi Arabia, Tanzania, Bahrain and Turkey are lowered, which means you can make even cheaper calls than before! These rates are effective from 16, June, 2011:
|Dest||changed from||changed to||Status|
|Burkina Faso Mobile||19||20||Increase|
|San Marino Mobile||7||19||Increase|
|Saudi Arabia Mobile||13||12||Decrease|
|Trinidad and Tobago||10||9||Decrease|
We have made updates to Orange, T-mobile and three short code service. The main change will be Pakistan: rates are lowered from 8p/min to 7p/min. That means our user can make international calls to Pakistan even cheaper!
Updated in 12:23, 07/03/2011: Good news: we have worked the problem out and it should be fine now. Sorry for any troubles caused.
Apologise - We have had some downtime this morning (07/03/2011); our engineers are working on restoring our service.
In the meantime, users of top up cheap calling service may have difficulties when dialing our 020 7124 6666 or 020 33 02 02 02 or 0800 594 6666 access numbers. Other services will not be affected.
We hope normal service will resume shortly. Sorry for any inconveniences caused.
We have made a minor update on our Orange, T-mobile & 3 cheap calling service. Only three destinations are effected. They are: Ivory Coast, Ivory Coast Mobile and Serbia Mobile.
Other destinations will remain the same calling codes and rates as before.
Q: I have a contract with orange and would like to call Thailand and have three questions:
1. after toping up my £3 do I get a text message when I am nearing the end of my credit? if not how can I check my remain balance?. Is the £3 credit immediately and will I receive a text to this fact.
2. 0207 124 6666 access number is included in my orange contract minutes so will be free to call, however is there a connection/surcharge charge for calling Thailand.
3. by using the above number how will I be billed for my call, I am being a little over caution as I don't want orange to charge me their inflated rates for calling Thailand and want to make sure that I am using your service correctly.
1.You can always check your balance, by dialing the 0207 124 6666 access number.
2.The connection charge is one minute calling fee, which is 1p for calling Thailand. That is to say, if you make a 30-minute call to Thailand, the total cost is 31 pence.
3.For each topup, there will be a £3 charge record on your mobile phone bill, shown as 'premium text'. The £3 will be added to your credit, and will be deducted at 1p/min when you make calls to Thailand.
To ensure not being charged by Orange, please follow our recommeded procedure:
1.call the 020 access number;
2.with the prompt, input the country code(0066 for Thailand), and your destination number (do NOT press the 'Call' button again); 3.wait, you will be connected.
You can also take a look of our unimited service, as Thailand is on our list:
If I can provide you with any further assistance please do not hesitate to contact us again.
Due to the increase of VAT, the set up (connection) fee for our 08 access numbers (cheap calling service for landline users) is changed to 11.5 pence. Sorry for any inconvenience caused. Talk4longer will continue to do our best to provide lower rates making international calls.
We are going to make a rate update on our short code service, which provides cheap international calls to mobile users of Orange, T-mobile and Three. Other services, i.e. top up and landline calling services are not effected.
We have been able to decrease some prices, but increase others due to changes in the costs of sending traffic to these destinations.
Destinations including Austria, Brazil, Iran and Iraq will enjoy lower rates. However calling to Azerbaijan, Liechtenstein and Western Samoa will be more expensive, unfortunately. The changes will be effective from 1st of February.
We have issued a new free number for BT users. For more information about this number, please join our mailing list. Anyone found being charged by old numbers, please use this one instead.
Wish you have a good holiday!
We have launched a new service, for mobile users to make unlimited international calls!
Destinations include Canada, China, India, Italy, Poland, USA and much more. The cost is £10 per month.
What you do is: send TALK4LONGER to 81020, and then follow the instructions. For more details and completed country list, please click here:
Update (14.30, 29/11/2010): Our service is now working and customer will be able to make cheap international calls as usual.
The down time was approximately from 09:00 until 14:15.
Our engineers are now investigating the cause of the problem.
Please accept our apologies for this downtime.
(12:30, 29/11/2010)We are sorry to say that we have a problem across most of our access numbers and with top ups.
Customers are unable to make international calls or top up their accounts.
Our engineers are working on this problem; We’ll send a further update with any progress.
Please accept our apologies with any inconveniences caused.
Due to the increasing cost with top up service, we have to increase the rates of a few destinations. Our rates are still cheap and competitive. The changed destinations are listed below:
Pence Per Minute
IVORY COAST Mobile
SOUTH AFRICA Mobile
VIRGIN ISLANDS UK
For the full list of the rates and destinations, please visit our webage: cheap calls from mobiles.
We will issue a new Orange access number for you to make free international calls, as Orange have announced that 0758 999 numbers will be charged at 20p/min, after 7th of November.
If you wish to know the new access number for free calls, please join our mailing list. You will be notified as soon as we changing the access number, or launching new services. Please check here to join:
Want to know the new access number for free calls? Join our mailing list then! You will be notified with the updates of our cheap or free calling service, such as changing of access numbers, or launching of new service
And it is safe: talk4longer.co.uk will never share your information to anyone else!
Orange users can make free international calls, again! India, Pakistan, USA, China... are all included. All you need to do is dial the access number (please contact us), within your inclusive minutes. Here is the full list of destinations supported:
Q: I want to know about using your cheap phone service to dial India from my Orange contract phone. I believe I can send a text to 80550 to get £5 credit and then make a call via a 0207 local access number. Want to know :
To provide you with cheaper international calls, Talk4longer are ready to issue a new access number for landline users, which costs just 1p/min! Please take a note of this new 1p number: 0844 720 2410, which will be live from Tuesday 5th October 2010.
Destinations available for just 1p:
ARGENTINA, AUSTRALIA, AUSTRIA
CANADA, CHILE, CHINA inc MOBILE, COLOMBIA - BOGOTA, CYPRUS, CZECH REPUBLIC,
HONG KONG inc MOBILE, HUNGARY,
INDIA inc MOBILE, INDONESIA - JAKARTA, IRELAND, ISRAEL, ITALY,
MALAYSIA, MEXICO - MEXICO CITY,
NETHERLANDS, NEW ZEALAND, NORWAY,
PANAMA, PERU - LIMA, POLAND, PORTUGAL,
ROMANIA, RUSSIA - MOSCOW,
SINGAPORE inc MOBILE, SPAIN, SWEDEN, SWITZERLAND,
TAIWAN, THAILAND inc MOBILE, TURKEY - ISTANBUL,
USA, UZBEKISTAN – TASHKENT
Direct Dial service: from 1st of October, the set up fee (connection fee) of calling our direct dial access numbers (08 and 09 numbers) will be increased, from 9.9p to 10.9p a call.
This is the decision coming from BT, so we can only accept it. What we can do is, to provide you a cheaper rate, to lower your cost of making international calls. Please take a look of our new 1p access number, the cheapest option for landline users making international calls.
We have updated the rates of Top Up service, more than 30 destinations have changed their prices for making cheap international calls!
We have updated the price list of T-mobile, Orange & 3 Cheap Calls. Rates of 23 destinations have been changed, including Argentina mobiles, Belarus landlines, Craotia mobiles, Ghana landlines and mobiles. You can always search for your destination to see the new price.
We started a new cheap calls service, with the help of our partner Auracall. It is cheaper for most international destinations, starting from just 0.8p/min. And for £4.45 a month, you can enjoy 700 FREE MINUTES and even cheaper calls.
To use this service, you need to register your phone number here:
It seems that BT is charging our 0845 access numbers only weeks after we publishing them on our free international calls webpage, which keeps our customers to change the number quite often. To avoid such inconveniences, we decide to stop publishing new 0845 numbers on the website. Instead, you can contact us by email to get the most recent number.
Q: Hi, I am new to United Kingdom, and need to contact my family and friends often. Unfortunately I could not get a contract mobile, as I have just been here for months. Is there any way I can make cheap international calls with my current mobile phone?
A: For this case, I would suggest you to buy a pay and go sim card from Orange or T-mobile. You can order it online, and it is free. With this prepaid sim card, your can make international calls from just 2p/min, simply by dialing one short number listed in our website, according to your country.
For more details of this service, please check out our webpage:
Cheap international calls from Orange, T-mobile and 3
And here are the official websites for you to order a free sim card:
For the 0845 number on Talk4longer's webpage, will it be absolutely free to call India?
Landline users might be able to make free calls to India, through 0845 381 xxxx, which opens 8am – 6pm, Monday – Friday. But it is still a chance that you will be charged by BT at a rate of 2p/min. I would suggest you to try this number for one or two minutes and check out with your bill. Also I recommend our webpage (free international calls) for updates of this service.
For calling India 24/7 with best quality, please try our access number 0844 838 2410, which costs just 2p/min for BT users, with no hidden charges.
I will be travelling to the UK next month, and I will need to contact home (Australia) quite often. I was thinking of purchasing a cheap pre-paid mobile upon my arrival. Can your international call service be used on a pre-paid mobile?
Acctually we do have cheap calling services for prepaid (pay as you go) mobiles. You can simply purchase a prepaid mobile (or sim card only) after coming to UK, and dial 290372 to call Australia, which costs just 3p/min for landines in Australia. Please be noted that this service is limited to T-mobile or Orange network mobiles only.
For more destinations or details of this service, please visit our website:
Cheap calls for Orange & T-mobile users
Apologize – for top up service, we were expierencing network difficulties on 28/06 and 29/06, which may cause delays of your top up. The service has been back to normal since 30/06/2010, and the credits should be added to your account now. If you still find the credits are not correct, please contact us with your mobile number and we will try to work it out as soon as possible.
Again we have made price changes to our T-mobile, Orange & 3 cheap calls. Many destinations now have lower international rates then before:
|Canary Islands Mobile|
|Costa Rica Mobile|
|Cote d'Ivoire Mobile|
|Ivory Coast Mobile|
We have updated the destination list of making free international calls. Many places are either added or extended to a longer calling limit. Some of the destinations are: Hongkong, Japan, Monaco, Slovakia, Jersey. For the full list, please visit our free calls section.
Hi, I'm top-up my mobile three time and you give my only half minit. You take it 3£ from my credit and you operator tell my just 1.5£. What happened?
For every top up text you send to 80041, we will send two confirmation messages back to you. Each message will add £1.5 credits and cost you £1.5 accordingly. If the message is lost during high traffic, which means you did not receive it, you will not be charged and we will not add the £1.5 either.
For your case, as you only have £1.5 added into your account, it is highly possible that you merely received one of our two confirmation messages – you will only be charged £1.5 and we just add the £1.5 to your top up credit. If you found that you did receive both of the two confirmation texts and were charged £3, please send us a copy of bill showing such a charge and we will add the £1.5. The bill usually has items like two ‘premium texts’ from 80041 with £1.5 each. Like this:
Premium Text Messages
Received DateTime Origin Shortcode Shortcode Description Destination Amount (£)Allowance
11/07/05 12:10: 80041 Premium Text 0780241xxxx 1.277
11/07/05 12:10:43 80041 Premium Text 078024xxxx 1.277
I have done the top up as your webpage said, but could not make international calls. Why?
First, please ensure you have followed the top up procedure listed on our top up cheap calls page. If you still have problems, could you check with this:
And you can contact us if the problem remains.
We just issued a new access number for you to make international calls: 0845 381 7122.
Please have a try of this number to see if it is chargable.
More infromation on free international calling can be found at our web page: free international calls from Talk4longer.
Twitpic your World Cup journey and avoid a huge bill waiting for you when you get home
Vodafone is helping customers heading to South Africa for the World Cup to call home from mobile phones at normal UK rates.
The Vodafone Passport promotion which runs during June and July, offers customers after paying a 75p connection charge, to talk to friends back in the UK without incurring the usual expensive charges ringing from abroad.
If you are on a contract which includes minutes, or alternatively a pay as you go customer with Vodafone Freedom Pack minutes, the cost of your calls will be deducted from these. Texting home will also cost just 11p.
If you are more interested in documenting your time in South Africa via Twitter or Facebook, Vodafone customers will have to pay £3 per MB for the first 5MBS as the mobile network claims to offer the most valuable international data roaming rates. If a flight to South Africa is not on the agenda (or in the budget), surfing the net in Europe will cost you £1 per MB for the first 5MBs.
Ensuring you don't go over your phone call budget, Vodafone is also offering a free real-time text alert which will notify users when they are nearing the end of their data allowance.
The international roaming rates start from June 15th, two days after England's opening game. Vodafone customers can get saving by calling 555.
Posted by Michael Sawh on Sun 16 May 2010
hello, i am using your service and my £5 credit has ran out and i would like to top-up again, But you say that i need to send a text message , but if i send a text message my credit well be lowered and i will not be able to pay the £5. Is there any other way that i can top-up without sending a text message?
You can try top up £3, instead of £5, by sending text ‘talk4longer’ to 80041. Or, if your network is Orange/Tmobile/Three, you can try to use our short code service – it is based on pay and go mode, no top up needed. For details please check our web page:
Earlier today Vonage announced the availability of Vonage Mobile for the Android smartphoneplatform. Currently the app works only on AT&T and T-Mobile USA Android smartphones, but the company has said that support for CDMA devices, such as those offered by Verizon and Sprint, is in the works.
The stated purpose for the application is to offer consumers access to low cost Vonage international calling rates. To partake in those, Vonage offers both an unlimited plan for $24.99/mo (to 60 countries) and a pay per use plan that requires a credit card on file, but has no up front costs. Rates for the pay per use plan vary greatly. For example, calls to Germany are charged at a per minute rate of US$.02 to land lines and $.25 to mobile phones. Antarctica, on the other hand, costs $1.88 per minute to land lines and $2.18 to mobile phones - for those of you with family in the very, very deep south. A casual comparison of rates suggests that Google Voice's international service might be a bit cheaper for many users, but there is something that Vonage Mobile offers that Google Voice does not.
That something is true VoIP calling over Wi-Fi that can be used for placing free calls to anywhere in the U.S. as well as for calling those international destinations with one of the company's plans.
Like Google Voice, Vonage Mobile integrates tightly into an Android smartphone and can be configured to take over for outbound calling tasks automatically. You dial a number or place a call from a contact normally, but Vonage Mobile jumps in and places the call when it meets the requirements that you define in its settings. Users have options to use Vonage Mobile only for paid international calls, for both free domestic Wi-Fi and paid international calls, or to have the app ask each time. The free U.S. calling offers users a great way to save the minutes in their T-Mobile USA or AT&T calling plans.
I configured Vonage Mobile to identify itself by using my Google Voice phone number, which it verified first by calling and asking me for the PIN code I had defined when I created the account within the app. Calls placed over Vonage take longer to connect than normal calls, but that seems a small price to pay for what will work out to be free or discounted calling from home and office for many users.
The application is not without its faults, though. It appears to have no support for landscape orientation, for one. This made setting up the app with my Motorola CLIQ's keyboard exposed a bit more difficult. But apart from that, and the app's heavy reliance on the web browser for secondary information, the important stuff - like call quality - seemed to be solid.
Vonage Mobile for Android can be found in the Android Market as of today. Vonage Mobile is already available for Apple and BlackBerry smartphones.
Use of mobileIP telephony solutions in the UK could be boosted after it was reported that it is one of the cheapest countries in the world for mobile broadband.
The UK, France and India have among the world's lowest prices for mobile broadband plans, according to figures published by ABI Research, a technology market research company. The low-cost of mobile broadband access in the UK could make it cheaper to make telephone calls using VoIP solutions via netbooks, tablet computers, smartphones and other mobile internet devices.
However, according to Bhavya Khanna, analyst at ABI Research, widespread use of data dongles in developed markets has "created strains on mobile networks". This could see "data plans change to throttle data consumption", with operators in some countries already limiting data to 5GB or 3GB per month, even for their most expensive plans. Jake Saunders, vice president of forecasting at ABI Research, added that overage charges for data plans are confusing consumers and that operators should simplify overage costs and educate customers to "encourage uptake of such services". Applications such as VoIP phones are increasingly powering the growth of the mobile broadband market, Allot Communications said earlier in the year.
Q: I have both an orange contract phone and an orange pay as you go phone. I regularly call noth the USA and Bulgaria for several hours a week. What would be the best way for me to reduce this?
A: For your case, you can either choose Top Up service (contract mobiles only) and Short Code servce. The top up service is generally cheaper, but needs inclusive minutes to call and you have to top up first. The Short Code service is more easier to use, no top up or inclusive mintues needed, but might be more expensive.
I will list the prices of these two destinations here for your comparision:
Calling From UK Mobile
USA (landlines and mobiles)
1p/min (inclusive minutes needed)
3p/min (No inclusive minutes needed)
2p/min (inclusive minutes needed)
5p/min (No inclusive minutes needed)
1.Simply dial 290572 and press 'call';
20.5p/min (inclusive minutes needed)
25p/min (No inclusive minutes needed)
1.Simply dial 292572 and press 'call';
The free 0845 minutes that customers received are acctually covered by their monthly contract payment. For example, if you have a 20 pounds monthly contract with 1000 minutes of 0845 calling, you cost per minute will be 20/1000=0.02 pound (2 pences) for making calls to 0845 numbers. We will share this 2p/min payment with BT, to cover our costs of running internaional calling service.
BT have different revenue sharing plans, according to different time intervals. Only with the sharing plan between 8am-6pm, Monday to Friday, we can make enough money to sustain this service. If you are calling out of this time interval, the service will be closed.
And please remember that BT keep the right of charge this number, and they might if it is considered as a indirect calling service. The charge will be 2p/min if it happens. So when you are using this 0845 servce, please keep an eye with your bill. If you found yourself charged, please notify us – and we will issue a new access number for you.
Ofcom, the telecoms regulator, has launched an investigation into Lycatel to gauge whether the calling-card provider is infringing consumer protection laws.
The regulator has initiated the inquiry after complaints from Consumer Direct and the Trading Standards Office.
It will determine whether Lycatel is providing its customers with clear and up-to-date information about its terms and conditions.
If the company is found to have overcharged its customers and failed to comply with regulatory guidelines, Ofcom could fine the company up to 10 per cent of its revenue.
The company is one of the largest players in the international calling-card market and has five million customers worldwide.
It competes with the likes of Lebara in targeting immigrant and ethnic communities with cheap international calls.
Despite the rise of services such as Skype and O2's Jajah that offer cheap international call rates, the international calling-card market in the UK is still vibrant with 150 million cards sold every year and 3.7 million customers.
However, the calling card market has historically offered poor customer service, and people buying cards with a value of between £5 and £20 have often complained that they do not receive the value they expected.
Ofcom cracked down on the industry in 2005 to weed out companies that routinely took advantage of customers.
Please try this new number to see if it is free.
We would like to thank you for the support and patience you have shown, to our free international calling service.
We just received information that BT are starting to charge this number. We are now beginning the evaluation process and would issue a new access number as soon as possible.
Your patient is appreciated. Meanwhile, please have a try of our alternative services, which starts from just 1p per minute: Our Cheap Rates
Talk4longer are adjusting the rates of some destinations, with our short code service for Tmobile, Orange and 3 mobile users. From 1st of April, 2010, the following places will be charged at new rates:
|Destination||Old Rate||New Rate|
|Sierra Leone Landline||25||0|
|Sierra Leone Mobile||25||0|
|St Lucia Mobile||15||17|
Other destination will remain the same prices as listed.
MTS India, the CDMA Mobile service brand of Sistema Shyam TeleServices Limited (SSTL) today announced Free Service package for Unlimited Free Callings (Local and STD) with in Own Network and Mobile Internet Access (Data Downloads) on the occasion of the its First Anniversary in India.
SSTL’s CDMA Mobile services under the brand name of MTS India was launched in India in March 2009 and in less than a year the operator has notched up an impressive subscriber base of more than 3 million. Presently MTS India has operations in eleven circles which include Tamil Nadu including Chennai, Kerala, Rajasthan, Kolkata, West Bengal, Bihar-Jharkhand, Delhi, Karnataka, Haryana, Mumbai and Maharashtra-Goa.
With the FREE Service Anniversary Special Package, MTS CDMA Mobile and Data service customers will get Unlimited Free STD and Local calling with in MTS network across India. MTS Data services MBlaze subscribers in all telecom circles of India will get Free Unlimited Downloads from for 24 hours beginning from the midnight of March 26, 2010.
Speaking on the launch of Special anniversary celebration Offer, Mr. Vsevolod Rozanov, President & CEO, SSTL said, We are happy to announce the offer of free calling and Free Internet (Data downloads) for our esteem customers in India. The journey so far has been very exciting backed by the support of valuable subscribers. The special package is a humble gesture to honor their trust in MTS”.
MTS India also announced that It will be launching CDMA Mobile and Data services in 4 telecom circles by the end of December 2010. The first launch will be in Andhra Pradesh in June 2010, followed by Uttar Pradesh (West), Uttar Pradesh (East) and Gujarat telecom circle.
Q: Hello, I am a BT customer in UK and think you are offering a great service. So that I can use the service you offer...int' calls, can you please send me an 0207 or local/national number to dial. Many thanks, I tried dialling the two numbers you offer, however, message says ''please enter your pin number'' Looking forward to hearing from you.
A: The 0207 access number is for our Top up service only, which needs you to top up, by dialling 0901 366 5419 from a BT phone to gain £1 credit on that phone (you will be charged at £1 by BT for this call). The credit will be deducted when you are making international calls.
In fact, for your case, it is much easier to use our Direct Dial instead. You can just seach for the country name of your destination and then dial the cheap calling access number on our website, no top up needed.
You might also be able to make free international calls, if you have anytime plans, which enable you to call 0845 access numbers for free. You can check if your destination is on our free list.
It has become necessary to increase the rate for a small number of Direct Dia destinations. Despite of that, our international rates are still cheaper than other service providers.
The following destinations will increase from Monday 22nd March 2010
|Destination||Current||New||New Access Numbers|
|Algeria Mobile||15||35||0905 032 8145|
|Armenia||4||7||0871 801 2410|
|Azerbaijan Mobile||10||20||0905 257 9821|
|Congo Mobile||9||35||0905 032 8145|
|Cuba||50||75||0905 074 6321|
|Cyprus (North) Mobile||6||10||0871 570 9014|
|Gambia Mobile||20||25||0905 474 8844|
|Guinea Mobile||15||35||0905 032 8145|
|Ivory Coast Mobile||15||35||0905 032 8145|
|Romania Mobile||3||4||0844 904 2410|
|St Helena||50||75||0905 074 6321|
|Tajikistan Mobile||6||20||0905 257 9821|
|Tanzania||9||15||0905 306 8653|
|Virgin Islands (UK)||9||15||0905 306 8653|
|Yugoslavia Mobile||35||50||0905 091 6465|
|Yugoslavia Montenegro||5||8||0871 552 2190|
Update: A Skype representative told VentureBeat that Skype had chosen to keep its app out of the U.S. Ovi store because of a pre-existing deal with Verizon. You can download Skype for Nokia Symbian phones by opening from your phone browser.
“Nokia adds Skype to Ovi store,” says an Engadget post being circulated this morning. Americans are in for a disappointment: Ovi doesn’t offer Skype to customers on AT&T and other U.S. networks. It doesn’t show up in the store for Americans. The Ovi website returns the error,”Sorry, this item is not available for your country.”
There’s a workaround we’ve tested at VentureBeat: Go to Ovi and install the free Fring client. After you register a username and password with Fring, it will prompt you to configure several add-ons, one of which is Skype.
Give Fring your Skype username and password. It will connect to Skype and show your contacts. When you press the telephone-handset icon to make a call, Fring will prompt you with four options: Fring call, Video call, Cellular call, and SkypeOut call.
SkypeOut will let you dial any phone in the world. You need to include a plus sign and the country code, such as +4152719629 for U.S. numbers. Skype’s super-cheap rates apply — 2.5 cents per minute or about $1.50 an hour for the continental USA. If you don’t have unlimited minutes on your plan, Skype via Fring is a cheap way to make voice calls once you’ve used up your plan’s monthly allotment.
The one big shortcoming of Internet calls is the two-way delay of up to several seconds between the time one party speaks, and the time the other party hears it. This delay prevents fast, real-time conversations where both people talk at the same time. You end up trading sentences back and forth, the way cops and cab drivers do with their dispatchers. A radio talk show producer told me it drives them crazy because of the dead air space between the host’s question to a caller, and the caller’s reply. You get what you pay for.
Q: Let's see if you can answer to my wishes:
1)I wish to call with your cheap rate service assigning me a number.
2)I wish people to call me back on the same number and be re-routed to my cellphone. The two conditions are required.
A: You can make cheap calls with our service, by dialing the access number accordingly – which can be find here: Cheap International Rates form Talk4longer
Unfortunately we cannot provide call back numbers to answer your second wish.
By Muhammad Yasir
KARACHI: Pakistan Telecommunication Authority (PTA) is mulling to rationalise the cost mechanism of toll-free numbers through calls made by mobile phones services.
The regulator body has sought stakeholders’ opinion in order to establish framework pricing mechanism on calls made to local and international toll-free numbers through mobile telephony services of various operators.
A toll-free or free-of-cost calling number is a special telephone number, in which the receiver of the calls is usually charged the cost of the calls by the telephone operator, instead of callers.
The cost of calls to the call receiver may be based on factors such as the amount of usage of number, the cost of the trunk lines to the facility, and possibly a monthly flat rate service charge.
In commercial sector, different companies utilise toll-free number frequently in order to facilitate their customers particularly for complaints of services, booking orders and different inquiries.
Presently, mobile phone operators charge airtime from their users for calling toll-free. On the other hand, the toll-free number is free of cost by landline telephony services. In Pakistan, the Authority allocates toll-free numbers (starting with 0800) to applicants for facilitation of callers in accordance with the provisions of Pakistan Telecommunication (Re-organization) Act, 1996 and ‘Numbering Allocation &
Administration Regulations, 2005’. As far as the charging of toll-free numbers is concerned, PTA approved Reference Interconnected Offer (RIO) of fixed-line operators in 2004. Accordingly, the fixed-line operator that originates calls will be paid a standard interconnection charge as per the charges outlined in RIO based on time of day as well as distance from the calling party to the point of interconnection with the operator connected to the free phone service provider.
However, if there is no point of interconnection between the operator originating a call and the operator terminating a call, then a third-party operator may carry the call between the originating and terminating operators against which the third party operator will receive a transit charges depending on time of day and distance between the two points of interconnection with the originating and terminating operators respectively. As per the RIO, the terminating operators are obliged to pay originating operators interconnect charges for all calls whether the billed revenue is collected from free phone providers or not. Whereas, the pricing mechanism remains operative for fixed-line telephony operator.
In March 2006, the mobile phone operators were allowed for first time the access of toll-free numbers in the country as the numbers of cellular phone services were on the rise. There was not inter-operator charge between respective mobile operator and free phone service provider. However, mobile operators were allowed to charge their users any reasonable tariff for calls made to free phone numbers.
While, Last year, Telecom Consumers’ Forum and other business entities raised an issue of call charges of mobile phone operators on toll-free numbers.
Telecom experts see the possibility of toll-free calls, originated from mobile networks, free of cost to end-users while mobile phone operators could be compensated the same on account of usage of their networks.
In this regard, the services providers will pay origination charges equivalent to mobile termination rate (i.e. existing Rs 0.90 per minute) to mobile operators against toll-free calls originated from cellular phone companies. The cellular mobile operators will not be allowed to levy any charge from their subscribers, who can enjoy free calling to toll-free numbers.
However, the said regime will increase the costs of service providers that may rationalise the charging from toll-free users to cover their costs. The risk of bad debts will primarily be borne by service providers and they will ensure full payment of dues to cellular phone operators irrespective of the fact whether they receive their dues from users of toll-free numbers or not.
On the other hand, the cost of mobile termination rate will be borne by users of toll-free numbers instead of service providers as another option. The rationale behind this approach is to facilitate the end-users by making calls to toll-free numbers free of cost (whether dialed from fixed-line or mobile networks) and to put the extra financial burden on the beneficiaries i.e. users of toll-free numbers, any business entity or any company’s customers call center.
It has been observed that most of the countries do not allow mobile users to access toll-free numbers and in the countries where access is available from mobile phones, the mobile operators charge airtime tariffs from their users for making calls on toll-free numbers.
Bad news for mobile network providers, good news for users - Ofcom recently published a mobile phone guide to help customers switching calling plans, which could help them to make a lot of savings.
Ofcom claimed that, by tailoring a mobile deal more suitable to his/her needs, a typical customer might save £12.45 a month or around £150 a year. This is possible because many users signed contacts with excess inclusive minutes and other features which hardly used - and paid extra money for them.
BillMonitor, a website accredited by Ofcom for price comparison, offers online bill tracking where consumers supply their online billing account details and the website will analyses these bills for a tailored recommendation.
A consumer can also enter minutes and texts overseas calls, picture messaging and data usage for a one-off tariff search, to find the best calling plan and make the most savings.
These functions, quite similar to Talk4longer's price comparison for cheaper international calls, are designed to help customers to expense less on buying mobiles and making calls from mobiles.
1. Short Code;
2. Top Up.
The short code service works best for Orange, T-mobile and 3 mobile users. It is quite easy to use - all you need to do is:
1. Find the short code here by searching the name of your country;
2. Then dial the code from your mobile and input your destination number - that is all.
There is no top up or account opening needed, and no requirements for inclusive minutes - so it works for Pay and Go mobile too!
For users of other mobile networks such as O2 or Vodafone, Top Up service is the best option. It is cheap, but needs inclusive minutes to work. And you will need to top up first.
Nokia has announced that that its users would be able to make free calls as it launched its version of Skype.
This version of Skype works on the smart phones of Nokia only.
With the development of 3G and wifi network, it is just a matter of time for any smart phone user to make free voip calls.
For landline users, however, the only option to make free international calls is still calling through 0845 access numbers, within their allowance.
Many users are writing to us, asking the same question:is the free international calls service still working?
The answer is: YES. Please remember this service opens 8am-6pm, weekdays only - otherwise you might not be able to connect.
And if you find being charged by BT for making international calls with this service, please send a copy of bills to us - and we will try to issue a new access number for you to make free international calls.
Thanks for your email. O2 are not supporting our free international calls any more. For your case, I would recommend the top up service, which costs just 1p/min for calling many countries:
Thanks for your email. Please be noted that our 0845 service to Poland opens weekdays only:
Day (Mon-Fri, 8am to 6pm)
You can find more details here: free international calls
Thanks for your email. Our service is designed for UK users making cheap or free international calls. You can check our cheap international rates of calling coutries like USA, China or India, by searching the country name in our website:
Thanks for your email. For your case, it might be quite expensive as your Vodafone pay as you go sim card costs you extra for calling our access numbers. I would suggest you to get a free pay as you go sim card from O2 or Orange, which costs just 8p/min to call Pakistan, by dialing 290872 access number.
More details can be found:
Thanks for your email. In most cases, there is no need to open an account with us to use our cheap international calls service. All you need to do is to go to our website (http://www.talk4longer.co.uk/), search with the name of your destination country, and just follow the instructions on our webpage.
Or could you let me have more details from you, i.e. your phone type (mobile/landline) and contract, your destination so I can provide more suggestions.
For calling mobiles in Malawi, you can use our short code 291272, which costs you 12p/min. All you have to do is (cheap call from T-mobile & Orange):1.Simply dial 291272 and press 'call';
Thanks for your email. The charge of calling USA ranges from free to 3p/min, depends on the type of your phone (landline/mobile), your network provider, and the time of calling. For the full information, please check cheap calls to USA
You might be able to make free calls to USA, if you have a BT anytime calling plan, and calling in weekdays. More information can be found here:
Thanks for your email. Unfortunately Pakistan is not in our free list currently. Please came back to visit our website from time to time, as we will update it as soon as we put Pakistan in. You can always check this link:
Thanks for your email. In weekdays, you may call 0845 381 7119, which costs 2p/min, and even free for some packages. Please check here:
In evening and weekends, you can use 0844 904 2410, which costs 4p/min to India.
For more details please check here:
For your case, what you need to do is:
1. Simply dial 290872 and press 'call';
2. Enter your full international number (do not press 'call' again)
It costs 8p/min to phone mobiles in Pakistan. This service will NOT take your inclusive minutes, as Tmobile will charge you directly at the 8p/min rate.
More information of calling Pakistan can be found here:
Thanks for your email. According to BT, 0845 numbers are free for some calling plans. You can verify our information with BT’s tariff:
On the specialised number pricing section.
Thanks for your email. For direct dial, you need to have a uk landline. Then all you need is to simply dial 0844 838 2410 + 001 + your destination number in US to make the call. It will cost 2p/min. For more information please check our website:
We have reduced our rates for T-mobile/Orange/Three cheap calls again!
South Africa Mobile
Unfortuately we do not provide free international calls service for Orange currently. For your case, I would suggest you to use 290572 to call India, which is easy to use, no free minutes needed, and costs 5p/min (Orange cheap calls).
Or you can use our Top Up service instead, which costs just 2p/min – but you will need to top up first. For details of this service, please check here:
cheap calls from mobiles
Thanks for your email. According to your situation,
if you are using O2: it will cost you 9p/min to call Tanzania, by top up. Unfortunately there is no free way to top up, as O2 will charge you 3 pounds for sending ‘talk4longer’ to 80041.
If you are using Orange to make cheap calls: it will cost you 10p/min to call Tanzania. No top up needed. All you do is
1.Simply dial 291072 and press 'call';
2.Enter your full international number (do not press 'call' again)
I would recommand this way, as it will not cost your free minutes, and there is no need to top up, which is easier to use.
For more details please check our website:
free/cheap calls to Tanzania
We do not have calling limit with our service, which means your calling time depends on your credits and the rate of our service. Our rates are different, based on different mobile/landline networks. You can find the rate, by simply search by the country name of your destination at our website: http://www.talk4longer.co.uk/
For landline users we recommend our Direct Dial cheap international calls service, which does not require top up. You can find the access number according to your destination from our website: Direct Dial cheap international calls service
Then simply dial the access number + your international number to make the cheap call.
As you are calling from mobile, you will need to use our top up service instead, which costs just 1p/min calling Canada:
How to use our Top Up service:
1.Text us the message TALK4LONGER to 80041 for £3( or 80550 for £5).
2. Make your call using our 0207 124 6666 access number with you free minutes
More details can be found here:
cheap/free calls to Canada
Unfortuately O2 stopped supporting our 0844 number for free calls. What I suggest is you can use our Top Up service as an alternative cheap international calls service: it costs just 3p per minute for calling India.
You can check more details here:
cheap / free calls to India
How to use our Top Up service:
1.Text us the message TALK4LONGER to 80041 for £3( or 80550 for £5).
2. Make your call using our 0207 124 6666 access number with you free minutes