by Cyprus1982
Visitor

I've got unlimited calls to EU from UK. Whys it not allowing call to Ireland?

I've got unlimited calls from UK to EU, but why is it not allowing me to call Republic of Ireland? 

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by Grand Master
Grand Master

You don't have unlimited calls to EU from UK. It's not allowing call to Ireland

You don't have unlimited calls from UK to anywhere. It is outside your plan if you are calling a non-UK no. from the UK. You are not roaming when you do so. They count as International calls & are chargeable.

 

International calls & texts to overseas nos. from UK can be rather expensive but EE has a free add-on that anyone, on PAYG or contract, can apply for to give these calls & texts at a fraction of the standard rates. See The Free CALL ABROAD Add-on for Cheap Calls/Texts from UK .

 

As to why you can't call Ireland, try logging into your MyEE account online & go to Menu / Manage Device / Call Abroad and Premium rate. They will show as ticked if calling abroad is activated. If it is not ticked, can you activate this setting?

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