How much it costs to phone Citizens Advice
Citizens Advice will not charge you to call our national phone service or consumer helpline, however your service provider may do.
Calls to our national phone service and consumer helpline cost the same as calling landline numbers, which begin with 01 or 02. They will be included as part of a mobile allowance or a landline call package.
You will be charged for calls not included in your landline package or if you go over your mobile allowance. Calls will also be charged if you do not have a call package with your provider.
For example, a 10 minute call could cost:
- £1.73 from a BT landline - find out more about BT call charges
- £3.50 if you’re an EE pay as you go customer - find out more about EE call charges
Please note that tariffs vary and are subject to change, so for specific call charge details please check with your own provider.
We previously used numbers beginning 0844, however these no longer directly connect to our services. They now have a message on the line which asks callers to re-dial the 03 number, before they are disconnected. Calls to these 0844 numbers are charged at 7p per minute, plus your telephone provider’s access charge.
Further information can be found on Ofcom’s website