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  1. #1
    Saw this mentioned on Bobs Free Forum

    See : http://www.bobsfreestuffforum.co.uk/...ic.php?t=61931

    I tried it and it does work. It goes through to the same supplier as
    the free 0800 ? dq number does.




    See More: Free DQ Service from certain Mobile Networks.




  2. #2
    Mineral Kelp
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    Re: Free DQ Service from certain Mobile Networks.

    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Saw this mentioned on Bobs Free Forum
    >
    > See : http://www.bobsfreestuffforum.co.uk/...ic.php?t=61931
    >
    > I tried it and it does work. It goes through to the same supplier as
    > the free 0800 ? dq number does.


    Can anyone confirm which network the mobile number given is associated with?
    I have an Orange contract which only gives inclusive minutes to Orange
    numbers.

    Cheers





  3. #3

    Re: Free DQ Service from certain Mobile Networks.

    The number quoted is an 07744 one,which will only not be charged on
    Orange if you have inclusive X-Net Minutes ,not Orange own network
    minutes,as it clearly points out in the original posting.




  4. #4
    Mineral Kelp
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    Re: Free DQ Service from certain Mobile Networks.

    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > The number quoted is an 07744 one,which will only not be charged on
    > Orange if you have inclusive X-Net Minutes ,not Orange own network
    > minutes,as it clearly points out in the original posting.
    >

    Can I imply from this that 07744 numbers are NOT specifically linked to any
    network - and would be chargeable on any tariff where X-net minutes were not
    included? The reason I ask this is that a while back I was aware of a dial
    through number that was linked to Orange and allowed me to make calls out of
    MY inclusive minutes [which are NOT X-net].

    MK





  5. #5
    Jono
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    Re: Free DQ Service from certain Mobile Networks.


    "Mineral Kelp" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> The number quoted is an 07744 one,which will only not be charged on
    >> Orange if you have inclusive X-Net Minutes ,not Orange own network
    >> minutes,as it clearly points out in the original posting.
    >>

    > Can I imply from this that 07744 numbers are NOT specifically linked to
    > any network - and would be chargeable on any tariff where X-net minutes
    > were not included? The reason I ask this is that a while back I was aware
    > of a dial through number that was linked to Orange and allowed me to make
    > calls out of MY inclusive minutes [which are NOT X-net].
    >
    > MK
    >


    You can infer that but surely, the OP's implying it?

    Numbers starting 077442, 077443, 077444, 077445, 077446, 077447, 077448 and
    077449
    Mobile Services
    Section: The "Find me anywhere" Range (Convention B7)

    Operator: Inquam Telecom (Holdings) Limited

    A table of the code allocations for numbers in The "Find me anywhere" Range
    (Convention B7) starting 077 is available

    Oftel records show that these number groups are allocated to Inquam Telecom
    (Holdings) Limited. Note that due to number portability if an individual
    number has moved to a different operator this information is not publically
    available. Notes: 10 Digit Numbers. Oftel's last recorded change for this
    number range was in June 2002.

    BT charge for calls to this code at their fm2 rate (Calls to Mobile
    telephones). It is

    a.. 7.492p per minute (ex VAT), or approximately 8.8p per minute (inc VAT)
    Weekends.
    b.. 15.942p per minute (ex VAT), or approximately 18.7p per minute (inc
    VAT) Evenings & Night-time.
    c.. 22.166p per minute (ex VAT), or approximately 26p per minute (inc VAT)
    Daytime.
    Notes:

    a.. BT prices are given for calls from Residential and Business lines.
    b.. Calls which are charged according to their duration are measured to a
    fraction of a second, the price rounded down to the nearest 0.1p and subject
    to a minimum charge of 4.2p.
    c.. Any applicable discounts (for option schemes, Friends & Family etc.)
    and limited period special offers should then be applied and then VAT added.
    d.. The prices quoted are those generally applicable as from 20 Dec 2000
    with pricing for some number ranges effective at various dates upto 17 Dec
    2002 according to Section 2 (Parts: 1 and 10) of the version of the BT Price
    List available on the Web - with changes last noted 20 Dec 2002 .
    For other information on call charges see UK Telephone Tariff Comparisons

    The information is Crown Copyright and is published as required by the
    Numbering Conventions. It may be reproduced with due acknowledgement of the
    source of the information. Request for commercial publication of the lists
    should be made to HMSO. No responsibility is accepted for any errors which
    may be introduced as a result of any such reproduction.







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