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0844 Call Cost
The cost of calling our main 0844 number is split into two separate categories.
The cost of calling 0844 numbers is made up of two parts: an access charge going to your phone company, and a service charge set by the organisation you are calling.
The service charge for calls to our 0844 number is 7p per minute.
You can find out the access charge for this number – which is the rest of the call cost – from your phone company.
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