What is a 0330 number?
The most popular use for 0330 numbers is by government bodies, charitable organisation and non-profits. The 0330 number is a non-geographical landline number which gives companies the flexibility to have a landline phone number without being linked to one particular area. This type of phone number is charged at the same rate as any other landline but without the geographical link to an area. This means that companies with offices up and down the country can have a central number that isn’t tied to one location. All 0330 numbers have the four-digit dialling code followed by seven digits.
How much does it cost to call a 0330 number?
The cost to call a 0330 number should always be the same as a landline. This means that if you are calling from a home or business landline, it will be charged at the same rate as another local number. Many phone companies include free minutes to local phone numbers at specific times such as evenings and weekends. If you are calling from a mobile phone, the call will be charged at the same rate as any other call to a UK landline. Many mobile phone providers include free minutes in their monthly bundles, so your call will be taken from your allocation of minutes.
Can I call a 0330 number from outside the UK?
Some 0330 numbers will accept calls from outside the UK. In order to dial a 0330 number from outside the UK, you will need to add the country dialling code (+44) and then omit the first zero. The call will cost the same as it would to call any other UK landline. The cost of the call will vary depending on your phone network provider.
Is 0330 a freephone number?
No, 0330 numbers are not freephone numbers. However, they aren’t premium rate numbers so it should cost the same to call as any other landline. As many phone providers include free minutes to landlines, the call will often be free if it does not last longer than the number of monthly allocated minutes.