28-11-2018 08:34 - edited 28-11-2018 08:36
https://www.ofcom.org.uk/about-ofcom/latest/features-and-news/new-price-cap-on-118-numbers I note from the link o2 were the cheapest! For a 60 second call buy a margin from the most expensive
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28-11-2018 08:54 - edited 28-11-2018 08:55
Directory enquiries... how i miss the good old days!
Does anyone actually know of any of the cheaper services they mention? (Not Google)
NB other search engines are available
on 28-11-2018 09:00
Interesting article @adamtemp64, though the post office is cheaper than O2 for 90 second calls?
I have to say I have never used directory enquiries since they started to charge extortionate prices.(I can remember when these calls used to be free!)
Nowadays, I just google the number I want.
on 28-11-2018 09:12
I'm the same @Cleoriff. Though I do check to see if the company I want to contact has an email address. I find it easier to put what I want to say in writing and, more importantly, I have a written record of the company's reply. With phone calls it's a he said/she said scenario and no proof of what was agreed if it all goes pear-shaped.