They’re right here on the Cheap Cheap website, and they’re in quite a flap about how cheap cheap our international calls are compared with BT’s.

The latest figures are comtweetly outrageous. Call your Auntie in America with BT and you’ll cough up over 18p a minute!

But with Cheap Cheap it’s miles Cheap Cheap Cheaper—just a penny a minute! And that’s all day, every day, too.

Or call your pals in Pakistan and, with BT you’d pay a whopping 29.9p a minute—a five minute chat and you’ve spent over a pound already!

Yet with Cheap Cheap, it’s just 1.5p a minute—so for five minutes you pay under 10p!

Hmmm. Now let’s see. Shall I pay over a pound, or under 10p? Tricky choice!

You can find the Cheap Cheap call costs by clicking here right now: Latest Cheap Cheap Call Costs

But if you can’t wait, here are a few of our favourites…

CountryCheap Cheap per minBT per min
Australia1p28.8p
Bahrain2p100.5p
China1p26.6p
Cyprus1p28.8p
France1p22p
Grenada4p76p
Hong Kong1p13.5p
Israel1p63p
Nepal8p80.5p
Nigeria5p82.4p
Pakistan1.5p29.9p
Russia3p63p
USA1p18.3p

What a beautiful bill!

Even better news, you can use Cheap Cheap from any phone, from any supplier—your landline, your mobile, your office phone.

All you have to do is dial a Cheap Cheap access number to get into our system and then we automatically redirect your call via the marvellously whizzy Cheap Cheap international internet network.

So although you could be gassing to Gambia or nattering to New Zealand, your phone (and your phone company) thinks you’re just dialling a regular UK number. Which you are, sort of.

That’s why, on your bill, the call is show as the Cheap Cheap access number, not the final destination number.

Give us a wing

I’m not sure it would be possible to make it any easier to make these stupendous Cheap Cheap savings vs BT. Take a gander…

1: Go to the Cheap Cheap website to get the access number for the country you want to call

2: Dial it! (DUH!)

3: Listen for a recorded voice asking you to dial your usual overseas number

4: Now dial the FULL international phone number, including the 00 (zero zero)

5: When you’ve finished talking, just end the call in the normal way

6: There are no passwords, signup, complicated menus to navigate, blah blah. Just dial two numbers and you’re there.

(Click here to fly to Cheap Cheap right now)

Meanwhile, see below for this month’s Cheap Cheap Bird Joke. It’s almost as funny as the prices BT expects you pay!

Robin James
MD Cheap Cheap

The Cheap Cheap Bird Joke of the month!

A canary applies for a job as a receptionist. The interviewer says the candidate has to be able to type at least 80 words per minute. The canary immediately types a perfect 100. Not wanting to hire a bird for the job, the interviewer tells the canary that the candidate has to be able to take dictation. The canary rattles off some superb shorthand. Finally the interviewer thinks he can get rid of the canary with “the candidate must be bilingual” The canary thinks for a second then says: “meow!”


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