Cheap International Calls
Click on the egg that’s closest to the country you want to call.
Cheap international calls – from your landline or mobile
Talking to Turkey, chatting to the Canaries? Wherever you’re calling overseas you’ll enjoy saving a fortune by using Cheap Cheap instead of BT or your normal phone service provider. You can call from any landline or any mobile, and you’ll always pay considerably less than you would normally.
Make Cheap Calls to the USA from a landline, for example, and you’ll pay just 1p a minute, any time, any day (that’s 17p cheap cheap cheaper than BT). Make Cheap Calls to India and you pay just 1p (28.9p cheap cheap cheaper). Cheap Cheap Calls to South Africa during a working day are just 1.5p – and that’s over 90% cheap cheap cheaper!
It’s so easy you’d be cuckoo not to use us
Find the country you want to call by clicking on the map above or using the Top 10 links on the right. Then just dial our access number before you’re prompted to key in your normal overseas number. Don’t forget the international country code, starting 00 as usual!
There are no sign-ins, passwords, fees, registrations or anything like that. Just use the Cheap Cheap international access number every time you want to make cheap international calls, to that country.
We simply re-route your call around our egg-cellent Voip network, instead of BT’s expensive one – and pass the huge savings on to you!
A smaller bill
For example, to make Cheap Calls to Poland you just dial 0843 715 3333 then 0048 plus the local Polish number. And it’s 31.5p cheaper than calling via BT.
The call will appear on your bill in the normal way, but the Cheap Cheap access number will show rather than the international number.
To start making cheap international calls right now, just click on the continent you want to find the country you want to call.
Top 10 Countries – from 0.5p/min
8th October 2013
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