Strange that o2 stopped their o2 international friends and family service and started a pay as you go o2 international sim service. How bizarre. It is however not a bad little deal. If you want to make O2 international calls and you are from Pakistan you can call Lahore from your pay as you go sim deal. If you top up by £15 a month you can call Pakistan for 100 minutes.
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Well you could get a £15 sim only contract from us and make 300 minutes of calls to Pakistan or
An even greater value deal would be to get a £30 sim only contract deal from us and get a whopping 1200 minutes to call Pakistan. Thats right for £30 per month you can get a sim only contract from us and then use the cross network minutes to call Pakistan. No extra charges How does that should? Well if you like the sound of this deal then email accessnumbers @gmail.com to find out more EMAIL Current Mobile number and state what mobile network eg o2 T mobile etc keep this quiet from o2 or they will go mad lol The beauty of these sim only contracts is you can cancel with 30 days notice at any time. So it much better value than the o2 international sim offer.
So that come to the question why do mobile networks in the UK exclude certain mobile numbers from their inclusive minutes. In Australia you can make international calls using your mobile minutes. The service down under has been operating for over a year. Even 3 Mobile Australia counts the access numbers are part of the minutes in their cap plan or inclusive minutes. But when it comes to the UK 3 Mobile is the sharpest knife in the drawer to cut out international calls. However like o2 they have a pay as you go international calls offer. Pakistan Mobiles is 8 pence per minute. I am sure their price will increase in the next month as the Pakistan government imposed a new 17.5 % tax on international calls on the 1st of July.
Even in South Africa you can make international calls using your inclusive minutes. It is amazing that the UK has backward mobile networks who simply want you to pay more money when calling home, when if you lived in South Africa or Australia you can actually call international for nothing exta. No little bolt ons from o2, not top ups from 3 mobile, no need to get an international sim card from vodafone, just simply dial the access number and you can call abroad using your inclusive minutes.