Use your mobile to call UK Freephone numbers for free*

As of 1st July 2015, it is now free to call 0800 numbers from a mobile. Feel free to continue to use our service though!

Why do we pay to use our mobiles to call Freephone numbers?

It's unbelievable that UK Mobile Phone Operators charge their customers to call UK Freephone numbers, but they do.

Surely it's simple - it doesn't cost the Mobile Operators anything for us to call a Freephone number, so why is it that some Operators are charging us as much as 33 pence per minute?

Use your mobile's inclusive minutes to call 0800, 0808 and 0500 numbers

We have created a service whereby you dial a UK landline number and we will connect your call to the Freephone number. This call will be free to most people as you are just dialling a normal UK landline number and it will be included in your mobile package.

It doesn't matter which mobile phone operator you are with or what type of phone you've got, the service is completely free to use and no registration is needed.


How does Mobile 2 Freephone work?

  1. Just dial the number 01600 700 800.
  2. Enter the freephone numberyou want to call.
  3. Press the # key. Your call will then connect as normal.

Do you know how much your mobile provider charges?

  • T-Mobile

    33p

  • O2

    20p

  • Orange

    20p

  • Three

    15p

  • Vodafone

    14p

  • TTNC

    5.5p

Rates above are examples of the highest rates we could find on each mobile operators web sites and have been verified on the 6th January 2014. Prices above are in pence per minute.

Frequently Asked Questions

How is TTNC able to offer this service for free?

We're able to offer this service for free as we receive a small amount of revenue for the calls made to our landline number.

Can I still use the service even if I don't have an inclusive minutes package?

Yes. Calls to our landline number will be charged at your normal landline rate, which should be cheaper than dialling a freephone number.

Can I use the service with my Pay As You Go phone?

Yes. You will be charged your normal landline rate which is cheaper than dialling a freephone number.

I can't dial your landline number, is there a problem with the service?

From time to time the Mobile Operators might try to stop you calling our landline number so they can continue to charge you. If you do find that you can't dial our landline number, let us know straight away so we can publish a new number to use.

Can I use the service to call other types of numbers?

Sorry but no, this is just for calls being made to Freephone numbers.

What if I have questions, comments, or other feedback?

Just call or email us.

This is a great service, what other services do you provide?

We specialise in providing telephone numbers and Call Management services to businesses of all sizes. If you provide any kind of local service, you may want to take a look at our local Geographic numbers. You can also have a look at the various Bolt Ons you can add to our numbers.

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*When we say 'Free', we're assuming that you're on a tariff with a Mobile Phone Operator that gives you inclusive minutes to UK landlines. TTNC's landline numbers should be included in these free minutes, and should then be charged at your Operator's normal UK landline rate. TTNC Limited accepts no liability for any costs you may incur from using this service.