If you’ve been using Cheap Cheap to make monster savings on international calls from your landline, you’ll be chuffed to know that there’s a brand new way to get whopping savings on your O2 mobile too, using our special ‘shortcode’ dialling service.
Here are just a few of the Cheap Cheap call rates you’ll pay:
Algeria-5p a minute
Argentina-3p a minute
Australia-3p a minute
These cheap cheap rates apply from contract and pay as you go phones, and they apply all day, every day. Plus you can talk for as long as you like without penalty!
The cost of the calls is simply deducted from your monthly contract so there are no surprises at the end of the month.
All you do is dial a special Cheap Cheap ‘shortcode’ before you tap in your usual international number.
To find the shortcode for the country you’d like to chat to, just click here.
Two steps to O2 heaven
Using the service couldn’t be easier. Just find the Cheap Cheap code for the country you want to call then:
* Dial this shortcode number followed by the full international number, including OO as usual.
* BUT DON’T PRESS THE CALL OR SEND button after you dial
But what about Orange, 3 or T-Mobile customers?
Don’t fret, you can use the service too, in exactly the same way as O2 users.
Got a mobile from a different supplier? Click here to find another way to get Cheap Cheap overseas calls.
And don’t forget, you can always use your good old landline to get even more spectacular savings—including these hot-off-the-press new reductions:
Andorra landlines—now just 1.5p a minute.
Austria mobiles—just 2p a minute now
Botswana landlines—now just 3p
Cayman Islands—just 3p a minute
Indonesia mobiles—down to 4p
Greece mobiles—down to 5p a minute
Kenya landlines—now just 6p
Malaysia mobiles—now only 1.5p a min
Mexico landlines—now just a penny a minute
Paraguay landlines—down to 2p
Sweden mobiles—down to 2.5p
Uganda mobiles—now just 5p a minute
On the road, or on the sofa, it’s a good deal Cheap Cheap Cheaper with Cheap Cheap!
The Cheap Cheap Bird Joke of the Month
A man goes into a pet shop to buy a parrot. The shop owner points to three identical looking parrots in a cage. He says “The parrot on the left costs £100, the middle one £150 and the right-hand one £200”.
“Why the different prices, they all look the same?” says the customer.
The shop owner replies: “The £100 is really good on a pc. The middle one is too and he’s also a brilliant computer programmer.”
“What about the £200 one then, what does he do?”
The petshop owner scratches his head a bit: “To be honest, it never seems to do anything, but the other two call him Boss.”