0300 numbers are UK wide national numbers specifically for use by public sector bodies and not-for-profit bodies such as registered charities. All other types of business, such as sole traders, partnerships and limited companies should view our 0333 numbers.
0300 numbers were introduced by Ofcom as an alternative number for organisations, who wish to offer their consumers a single, trusted point of contact.
The cost of calling 0300 numbers is the same as calling a standard landline number, be it from a landline or mobile. Callers that have free inclusive call minutes to landlines would also usually have calls to 0300 numbers included in their bundles, potentially meaning that callers can call you for free, even from their mobile.
Using an 0300 number for your inbound calls gives you the flexibility to control instantly online how and when you receive your calls whilst giving your callers a cost effective way of calling you.
If you are looking to buy an 0300 number, we have a market leading tariff of just £14.99 a month with unlimited free diversion to your landline, mobile or both. For one flat monthly charge, you can relax knowing that the call diversion costs won’t run away with itself – giving you and your organisation peace of mind.
Flexible tariffs with no minimum term...
|£0.99* per month||£14.99 per month|
|Inclusive landline & mobile diversion minutes||2500||Unlimited|
|Landline rate per minute (after inclusive)||1p||0p|
|Mobile rate per minute (after inclusive)||2p||0p|
|Cost to the caller from a BT landline per minute||Landline rate||Landline rate|
*£0.99 for the first 3 months then £4.99 per month thereafter.
The above mobile diversion rates apply to mobile numbers originally issued by:
O2, Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile, EE, Virgin Mobile, Three, Tesco Mobile, Sky Mobile and Lycamobile.
All prices quoted exclude VAT.
0300 numbers are specifically for use by public sector bodies and not-for-profit bodies such as registered charities.
As a communication provider, we have to assess orders to ensure that the organisation is eligible under Ofcom’s regulations on the use of 0300 numbers. If you are not eligible, please visit our 0333 number page to order a 03 number for your business.
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