Selling mobile may create cheaper way to call overseas
3 December 2010 — 6:43 PM
Britons who make regular phone calls to friends or family members in other countries could benefit from selling their mobile and switching to a new handset with the network Three.
That is because the company has slashed its tariffs for using a handset to call overseas, with prices now starting at just 2p per minute.
Among the most affordable nations to dial are Ireland and Poland, both of which carry the rock-bottom charge.
It costs just a penny more for 60 seconds of conversation with somebody in the US and Canada, while Australia will see customers billed for 3p if they talk to a landline owner or 14p for connecting to another mobile user.
Potential Three consumers should note the rates apply only to those on pay-as-you-go deals.
The company was recently voted the best provider of mobile broadband out of all the UK's networks by respondents to a YouGov poll.
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