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Originally Posted by petera The new Talk Talk mobile service sounds interesting, but I cannot find which network Talk Talk will be using. Are they going to use the Vodafone network used by Talk Talk/OneTel?
Free calls from the mobile to the landline are welcome - but it would be even more welcome if calls from the landline to the mobile were also included.
Originally Posted by petera Thanks very much, Islander, for confirmation it is the Vodafone network. I searched the pages in your link before, but could not find it. I must confess I still cannot find a TAlk Talk statement it is using Vodafone, but am grateful for your information.
Thanks, Ady, for your very prompt warning on the portability of mobile numbers.
Originally Posted by petera Thanks, Islander, for the link which confirms the Vodafone network - important as some of the other networks are not received at my home area. I wonder why Talk Talk do not appear to mention it in their publicity (or perhaps it is hidden somewhere to make it difficult to find).
Originally Posted by The Islander To be honest it is not a good deal. Go direct to Vodafone. I managed to get a 300 minutes and unlimited texts for £12.50 per month when I moved from Orange and a free handset included. So I would shop around.
Try all networks you could get that good offer.
Originally Posted by petera What would swing it for me is if Talk Talk included not only free calls from the mobile to the landline but also free calls from the landline to the mobile. I used to have this with Freecaller with TalkTalk One tel and it meant calls diverted from the landline to the mobile were free of charge. This was a great advantage I lost when signing up with Talk Talk for broadband.