InstantTalk from a UK landline

  • No account set up required
  • From just 1p per min

Calls to landlines

1p/min

+ 15p connection fee per call

Calls to mobiles

1p/min

+ 15p connection fee per call

Select your landline provider for relevant pricing:

Step 1: Dial the relevant access number

Dial 0844 759 7771 for calls to landlines in India

Dial 0844 759 7771 for calls to mobiles in India


Step 2: Dial your destination

The above costs are charged to you by your landline provider.

Service provider: Core Telecommunications International Limited. Full Terms

CreditTalk from a UK mobile or landline

  • Topup your account by text message or Paypal
  • Track your balance and view call records online

Calls to landlines

1.5p/min

+ 3p connection fee per call

Calls to mobiles

2p/min

+ 4p connection fee per call

Step 1: Purchase CreditTalk Credit

Paypal
Via Paypal
SMS Topup
Via Text Message

Text dts to 80550 for £5 credit

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Step 2: Dial the access number

Dial 020 7124 2232 and then your destination number when prompted.

Only press the call/dial button once after dialing the 020 access number. All credit lasts for 90 days from the last time you use the service to make a call. Service provider: New Call Telecom Ltd. Tel: 0333 321 8705. Full Terms
How to use this service for low price calls from a landline


Major cities in India

Agra / Ahmedabad / Aligarh / Allahabad / Amravati / Amritsar / Asansol / Aurangabad / Bangalore / Bareilly / Bhilai Nagar / Bhiwandi / Bhopal / Bhubaneswar / Bikaner / Chandigarh / Chennai (Madras) / Coimbatore / Cuttack / Dehradun / Delhi / Dhanbad / Durg-Bhilai Nagar / Faridabad / Ghaziabad / Gorakhpur / Guwahati / Gwalior / Haora (Howrah) / Hubli-Dharwad / Hyderabad / Indore / Jabalpur / Jaipur / Jalandhar / Jammu / Jamnagar / Jamshedpur / Jodhpur / Kalyan / Kanpur / Kochi / Kolkata (Calcutta) / Kota / Kozhikode / Lucknow / Ludhiana / Madurai / Mangalore / Meerut / Mira-Bhayandar / Moradabad / Mumbai (Bombay) / Mysore / Nagpur / Nashik / Navi Mumbai (New Bombay) / Patna / Pimpri Chinchwad / Pune / Raipur / Rajkot / Ranchi / Salem / Solapur / Srinagar / Surat / Thane / Thiruvananthapuram / Tiruchchirappalli / Tiruppur / Vadodara / Varanasi / Vijayawada / Visakhapatnam / Warangal


How to call India

Once you have dialed the access number above, then dial: 00 91 followed by the destination number you're calling.

India's fixed line operators include BSNL, Bharti Airtel, MTNL, Reliance Infocomm and Tata. Mobile operators in India include Aircel, BSNL, Bharti Airtel, Vodafone Essar, Spice Telecom and Tata.


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