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Freephone

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Telephone, telegraph
FreephoneFree‧phone, Freefone /ˈfriːfəʊn $ -foʊn/ noun [uncountable] trademark British English  TCTFREE/COST NOTHINGan arrangement by which a company or organization pays the cost of telephone calls made to ittoll-free
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FreephoneThese are all bookable through an 0800 freephone number.Bull has set up a freephone number to deal with customer enquiries.For information and stockists, call freephone.More than 85% of those questioned say they think stores should have freephone numbers to deal with shoppers' enquiries.So, pack your cycle clips and either pick up a brochure from your local travel agent or call us on freephone.A special freephone advice line was opened up last Tuesday and was swamped by hundreds of callers.Unlike many other unmetered deals, the price also includes unlimited freephone technical support.
From Longman Business DictionaryFreephoneFree‧phone /ˈfriːfəʊn-foʊn/ (also Freefone) noun trademark British EnglishTELECOMMUNICATIONS an arrangement by which a company or organization pays the cost of telephone calls made to itCall the hotel’s 0800 Freephone booking number.a Freephone help line compare WATS
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