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What does "at local rate" mean when calling phone numbers?

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Answer #1 | 22/12 2013 14:32
0845 021 3059 is a UK phone number, so for you that would be 00 44 845 021 3059 (intl access - UK country code - Phone No) in the UK, there used to be local (in your town) rates and long distance 'National' rates So to make it fair to everyone, they created 0845 (local for anyone), 0870 (national for anyone) except that they are not.. because all landline calls to day cost the same, and 0845/0870 pretend local/national calls are frequently not included in bundled free landline calls BUT for you. call the international No 00 44 845 021 3059 or from a mobile +44 845 021 3059 (though in sweden as I understand it you always put 46 in front, so just start 44) As you are in Sweden - why not use 'their' local FREE call No (an intl 00 800 No) https://www.paysafecard.com/sv-se/hjaelp/kontaktuppgifter/ Servicenummer Sverige 00800 0729 7233 (lokal samtalstaxa) mån-sön: 00.00 – 24.00
Answer #2 | 22/12 2013 14:34
The rate is usually 3p a min to 0845 number from mobiles but from another country that means it may charge more

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