Why am I unable to dial certain PhoneCheap access numbers?
1. Other operators like NTL, Telewest and mobile providers will have to open up our access numbers on their networks. Some providers are extremely slow updating their networks and therefore it might take some time before our access numbers are available from all networks. To speed this up contact your service provider, tell them the access number you wish to call and ask if they can open up the telephone number.
2. You might be barred from calling 09 numbers. Please contact your service provider to have the bar lifted.
3. Some Indirect Access providers like Onetel do not allow calls to some or all of our access numbers. If you normally dial an Indirect Access code before your calls (for example 1833 for Alpha telecom or 1877 for Onetel) you simply omit this code and just dial the PhoneCheap access number directly. Omitting the Indirect Access code means the PhoneCheap call will be charged by your line provider (usually BT). If you are using a Onetel Phone.Pal you can either unplug the Phone.Pal or dial 1-2-1 to bypass your Phone.Pal. Should you have chosen the Onetel "Select" option we would advise to contact Onetel to provide you with a code to override this feature.