I have an itemised bill and two calls are for "destination WI FI" and it shows as a mobile number. The help section only shows explanations for 118 calls and 08 numbers, but I've never seen this on my phone bill before (my wi fi is an unlimited package also) Cheers
Some virtual mobile operators do not use the standard carrier networks & instead use internet based services. These are services like LycaMobile & a few others. Because they are not standard mobiles the calls are chargeable, despite them still using the “mobile” range of numbers.
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