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Topic # 143773 26-Apr-2014 16:31
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I currently have a skype number, and I am keen to have some call redirection services (eg if I am busy, redirect to a different number etc), and I am keen that the cost is kept as cheap as possible.

Who have the best price (without being some really crappy quality call).

What about 0900 numbers also?

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  Reply # 1031673 26-Apr-2014 16:34
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2talk does me for my 0800 that I barely ever use as well as several other numbers.

No idea on 0900, they seem pointless as so few people are even able to ring them if they wanted to.




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  Reply # 1031685 26-Apr-2014 17:04
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No one wants to ring 0900 numbers because they don't want to be billed for being on hold.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1031686 26-Apr-2014 17:07
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