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What is a UK Callthrough service?

A callthrough service is a telecommunications service provided by an independent provider in the UK using non-geographic numbers as access numbers. In the UK, these access numbers currently start with 08 or 09

The access numbers vary in cost from 1p, 2p, 3p 4p, 5p, 6p, 7p, 8p, 9p, 10p up to over 50p per minute. In US currency (cents) this is equivalent to about 2 cents per minute at the cheapest. These access numbers are billed by easyVOIP per second for wholesale use and per six second increment for resale.

There are many very competitiive UK callthrough services in the UK - for example, Pakistan Mobile for less than 4c per minute - please see our current list of lowest prices for key destinations.

More details about the many of the best callthrough services and numbers are shown at

easyVOIP connects resellers and wholesalers to these callthrough access numbers in the UK at very low cost, with per second billing (wholesale) and so provides a very wide choice of very cheap calls to favourite destinations. So our resellers and wholesalers have the choice of using easyVOIP rates or the UKcallthrough rates if they are cheaper.

NB. If UK callthrough services are used, we will not be responsible for any faults or non-connectivity which customers may experience.
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I can call Pakistan Mobile with easyVOIP from only 4c US per minute!!
And Bangladesh, Botswana, Brunei, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Kuwait, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, South Africa & Swaziland!

.........and I can call Angola, Gabon, India, Mali, Namibia and Uganda with easyVOIP from only 6c US per minute!! And Malawi Mobile from only 1c US!!

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