Well, cold as it is, we can’t actually guarantee that our black and white feathered friends will be waddling past your window this week.
But we can absolutely guarantee that, if you use Cheap Cheap to call your friends and family in warmer climes, you’ll save an absolute fortune on the cost of your call.
If that doesn’t warm the cockles of an overseas caller’s heart this winter nothing will!
Take a look at some of our call costs to your favourite calling destinations:
You can call any or all of these countries for JUST 1p A MINUTE.
And remember that, with Cheap Cheap, you get those call rates all day, every day not just evenings and weekends.
(Which means Cheap Cheap is a clever way to do business over the phone too, if you make a lot of overseas calls.)
This month’s brand new reductions:
We like to make sure we’re constantly cutting call-costs wherever we can. Here’s a few of this month’s new prices:
Afghanistan, down 2p a minute
Brunei, now just 1p a minute
Fiji, down 2p a minute
German mobiles, now just 1p a minute
Ghana, down 2p
Jamaican mobiles, again down 2p
Niger, down 2p
Russian mobile, down to just 4p
South Sudan, again down 2p
Check out Cheap Cheap right now
There are no sign-ups, no passwords and no pins to remember. Just dial away like so:
1: Go to the Cheap Cheap website and get the special Cheap Cheap number to ring for the country you’d like to call. GO!
2: Dial the Cheap Cheap number and listen for a voice asking you to dial your normal overseas number.
3: Now carefully dial your usual full international number, including the international dialling code that begins with 00 (zero zero).
5: On your regular phone bill the call will simply appear as the Cheap Cheap access number you dialled first.
(This means you can even use Cheap Cheap from phones where international calls are theoretically barred, too. If you don’t tell your boss, neither will we!)
Easy as penguin pie!
And now it’s time for the first Cheap Cheap bird joke of 2012—and it’s a topical one too!
Why do swallows fly south for the winter?
Because, of course, it’s too far to walk!