OK, so we’re not brilliant at romantic poetry for Valentine’s Day. But we’re totally, utterly brilliant at bringing you unbelievably cheap cheap international phone calls.

Our calls from landlines start from an eye-brow-raising, jaw-dropping, mind-melting 0.5p a minute. Not 5p…naught point five pence…half a penny in other words.

And that rate applies every day, every minute. So dial any of the following destinations, any day of the week, any time of the day, and you can talk for as long as you like for just 0.5p a minute.

Talk for six hours, say, and you’d pay just £1.80 for the whole call! Imagine what BT or the other big boys would charge you for a six hour international call in the middle of a working day!

(Actually, don’t even think about. It could cause serious depression.)

And just in case you thought we were talking about obscure, out-of-the-way, where-on-earth-is-that type places, here are just a few of our 0.5p a minute destinations:












To find all our very latests per minute call rates, click here right now to go to the main Cheap Cheap website.

All you have to do to get these sensational 0.5p a minute calls, is key in a special Cheap Cheap access number just before you dial your normal international phone number. That’s all there is to it.

Dialling the Cheap Cheap code first automatically redirects your international call round our super Cheap Cheap internet network. And it’s this number that shows on your bill, too.

Don’t forget it’s Valentine’s Day on Friday – so if you’ve got a sweetheart in Ireland or a lover in France, there’s never been a cheaper time to get on the phone and murmur sweet nothings to your heart’s content.

Robin James

MD Cheap Cheap


The Cheap Cheap at double the price Bird Joke of the Month

A girl is sitting in the cinema about to watch a film when a duck waddles in and takes the seat next to her. The girl is naturally quite surprised and says “Blimey, I’ve never seen a duck in a cinema. What on earth are you doing here?” The duck stops eating its popcorn and says, “Well, I really enjoyed the book…”


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