Shop - Choosing the right Flextel number
 
Choose the best Flexible number type for you and your business. 0800 Freephone to 087 Business, the choice is yours. They're all packed with free feature.

 

Please use our Call Price Calculator to see the costs of non-inclusive calls. For further information on international calls please see Full Price List

All numbers come with free Features included, ready to switch on as and when you want them. There are no monthly fees and you can disconnect for free at any time.

 
 
 

0800

Freephone

01/02

Landline

0300

Charity

0330

UK Wide

084

Business

087

Business

070

Personal
Free diversion to
UK Landline, Mobiles and some
European/USA destinations
Free diversion to many
international destinations
Free diversion to most
international destinations
Free calling from
UK Landlines & Mobiles
Low Cost calling from
UK Landlines & Mobiles
Cost of Calling
per minute
Free Standard call rate 7p* 13p* 49p*
Number Connection Charge
From £1 From £1 From £1 From £1 From £0 From £0 From £0
One-off charge. No monthly fee.
*From 1st July 2015, calls from mobiles to 0800 numbers are FREE and the cost of calling other 08 numbers is split into our Service charge and your Access Charge. The Access Charge is set by your caller's network provider, not by Flextel. Our Service Charges, including VAT, are published in the table above. To get the total price of any call just add the Access Charge to the Service Charge. For 070 your callers should check with their network provider for their charges. Find out more at the Ofcom information page.
 
 

Suitable for national and international, outbound and inbound businesses while maintaining a local presence in the UK. To check the routing costs to a specific number, see our Call Price Calculator, or to see a full list of allowed destinations and their associated cost per minute, see our Full Price List.

01 and 02 numbers are included in BT's call bundles, so can cost no more than ordinary 01 & 02 numbers. Please see our Flextel Price List for details and an idea of calling costs for 01 and 02 numbers.

 
 

These scarce, highly sought-after numbers offer a first-class opportunity to set up a virtual business hub right in the heart of London, regardless of where you are geographically located.

They cost the same to use as other 01 and 02 local UK numbers. To check the routing costs to a specific number, see our Call Price Calculator, or to see a full list of allowed destinations and their associated cost per minute, see our Full Price List.

Please see our Flextel Price List for details and an idea of calling costs for 01 and 02 numbers, which apply to the (020) 7 Central London area code.

 
 

Suitable for national and international outbound and inbound business. To check the routing costs to a specific number, see our Call Price Calculator, or to see a full list of allowed destinations and their associated cost per minute, see our Full Price List.

03 numbers are required by Ofcom to cost no more than ordinary 01 & 02 numbers.

 
 

0300 numbers are reserved exclusively for not-for-profit organisations such as charities and public sector bodies. Using a 0300 number can help increase your organisation's creditability in the public perception. A wide range of charities including Oxfam and the RSPCA use 0300 numbers to their great advantage. To check the routing costs to a specific number, see our Call Price Calculator, or to see a full list of allowed destinations and their associated cost per minute, see our Full Price List.

To connect these numbers organisations need to send Flextel details of their organisation e.g. website address, charity number and status.

 
 
These Personal numbers are the most powerful in our range and can be diverted, free of charge, to any UK landline or "normal cost" mobile networks, plus many international destinations. To check the routing costs to a specific number, see our Call Price Calculator, or to see a full list of allowed destinations and their associated cost per minute, see our Full Price List.

Ofcom

However, 070 Personal Numbers can only be used within the Ofcom's Personal Numbering acceptable use policy. You must also comply with PhonepayPlus regulations. You are responsible for ensuring you do this. Your number may be disconnected without notice if you appear not to comply or if we suspect fraud or deception.

 
 
0800 numbers are free to call from all UK landlines and mobiles.

 

Suitable for national UK sales and support inbound business. To check the routing costs to a specific number, see our Call Price Calculator, or to see a full list of allowed destinations and their associated charges, in our Full Price List.

 
 

0844 business numbers are ideal for UK business, providing free diversion to all UK mobile and Landlines. To check the diversion costs to a specific number, see our Call Price Calculator, or to see a full list of allowed destinations and their associated cost per minute, see our Full Price List.

They also have the added advantage of having lower calling costs than 070 and 087 numbers, having a Service Charge of only 7p per minute, including VAT. What your callers pay will depend on the Access charge of your phone line or mobile supplier.

If you use this type of number for consumers to call, then you must indicate the price of the call to them. To find out more visit Ofcom's ukcalling info website.

 
 

0845 is the traditional Business number and may be included in many free call bundles. To check the routing costs to a specific number, see our Call Price Calculator, or to see a full list of allowed destinations and their associated cost per minute, see our Full Price List.

The professional 0845 number range has been established for many years, so it is well known and widely available from overseas. 0845 virtual numbers will not only deliver cheap international calls to UK mobiles, it also enables anyone to open a virtual office and work from any location whilst providing their business with a professional, well-established image.

They also have the added advantage of having lower calling costs than 070 and 087 numbers, having a Service Charge of only 7p per minute, including VAT. What your callers pay will depend on the Access charge of your phone line or mobile supplier.

If you use this type of number for consumers to call, then you must indicate the price of the call to them. To find out more visit Ofcom's ukcalling info website.

 
 

Suitable for national and international outbound and inbound business. These well known numbers provide free diversion to all UK mobile, Landlines and many European and international destinations.

To check the diversion costs to a specific number, see our Call Price Calculator, or to see a full list of allowed destinations and their associated cost per minute, see our Full Price List.

0870 numbers and may be included in many free call bundles. So can cost no more than ordinary 01 & 02 numbers.

Our 087 numbers have a Service Charge of just 13p per minute, including VAT. What your callers pay will depend on the Access charge of their phone line or mobile supplier or whether it is included a call bundle.

If you use this type of number for consumers to call, then you must indicate the price of the call to them. To find out more visit Ofcom's ukcalling info website.

 
 

0871 Business numbers are ideal for national and international business. They provide free diversion to all UK mobile, Landlines and many European and international destinations.

To check the routing costs to a specific number, see our Call Price Calculator, or to see a full list of allowed destinations and their associated cost per minute, see our Full Price List.

If you use this type of number for consumers to call, then you must indicate the price of the call to them. To find out more visit Ofcom's ukcalling info website.

Our 087 numbers have a Service Charge of just 13p per minute, including VAT. What your callers pay will depend on the Access charge of their phone line or mobile supplier or whether it is included a call bundle.

If you use this type of number for consumers to call, then you must indicate the price of the call to them. To find out more visit Ofcom's ukcalling info website.