Is 020 a premium rate number?
For example, Belfast is 028, Cardiff is 029, Edinburgh is 0131 and London is 020.
These geographic numbers are sometimes referred to as ‘basic rate’, ‘local rate’ or ‘national rate’.
However, if you call an 01/02 number outside of any inclusive minutes, they can cost between 3p and 65p per minute..
Are 020 numbers free?
UK telephone numbers starting with 020 area codes are generally registered to new numbers in the capital city of London by default, however there can be exceptions. Calls to these numbers are only free if you have inclusive minutes remaining on your mobile tariff or you have a free landline calls bundle.
Are 020 numbers free on Vodafone?
If you have run out of minutes or go over your allowance during the phone call you’ll be charged at the standard network rate. The same charge of 55p applies to 0203 numbers as it does to 01 and 03 numbers. Numbers beginning 020 are classed as standard UK landlines and are included in your Vodafone tariff.
How do you know if a number is premium?
Premium rate numbers are a sub-set of numbers under the wider banner of ‘non-geographic’ numbers and start with the prefixes 09, 118, 0871, 0872 and 0873. They’re usually used for services such as weather information or for competitions and are described as ‘premium rate’ because they’re far from cheap to call.
How much does 020 numbers cost?
Most providers offer call packages that allow calls free of charge at certain times. 020 and 034 numbers are usually included in these packages. Outside of these, calls from landlines are typically charged between 2p and 10p per minute and calls from mobiles typically cost between 10p and 40p per minute.
What is a 020 number?
020 is the national dialling code for London in the United Kingdom. The area it serves, which includes most of Greater London and some adjacent areas, was first allocated the STD code 01 in 1959.