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Technology is an ever-growing part of modern living, it’s the primary way we stay connected to the outer world, whether its staying in touch with loved ones of finding out how the team are doing in the ‘big game’, you rely on telco companies to help you get the best out of your technology. That’s why, at WeTrust, we focus on the quality of the services you use most.

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Landline Phone

The telephone has been around since the turn of the 20th Century, and has been a staple primary form of communication. The costs associated with household telephones has led to a decline in plan variety, however when connecting or switching your provider there are still some considerations:

Line Rental
To have an active telephone line there is a Line rental charge that increases every year (like inflation), currently it is £X per month. Many providers now offer considerable savings if you are able to pay quarterly and/or yearly line rental upfront, with up to a X% saving.

Local and National Calls
While used interchangeably, local and national calls often have different call rates. If you’re calling a number that begins has a different dialling code it could be charged as a national call even though it may only be 2 miles away. Many providers include local and national calls for a set fee, however it’s worth calculating the average cost of your calls first.

Premium Numbers
There are obvious premium numbers (0870, 09) advertised on TV, but there are many less obvious ones, such as customer service hotlines, calling from a landline  is still the most cost-effective way to make these calls.


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