Freephone Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “Freephone” in the English Dictionary

"Freephone" in British English

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Freephonenoun [U]

(trademark Freefone) uk   /ˈfriː.fəʊn/  us   /-foʊn/
a ​system in the UK that ​allows you to ​phoneparticularorganizations without ​paying for the ​call, because they will ​pay the ​cost: a 24-hour freephone ​customerorderingservice For ​furtherdetails, ​call Freephone 0800 123456/​callour Freephone ​number 0800 123456.
(Definition of Freephone from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"Freephone™" in Business English

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Freephone™noun [U]

(also Freefone™) uk   us   UK trademark COMMUNICATIONS
a ​system in the UK that ​allowscustomers to ​phone particular ​organizations without ​paying for the ​call, because the ​organizationspay the ​cost. Freephone™ ​numbers typically ​start with 0800, 0808, or 0500: For ​booking details ​call our Freephone ​number.
(Definition of Freephone™ from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “Freephone”
in Chinese (Simplified) 接收方付费电话,免费电话…
in Turkish ücretsiz telefon numarası…
in Russian бесплатный телефонный номер…
in Chinese (Traditional) 接收方付費電話,免費電話…
in Polish bezpłatny…
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