I suspect it will charged at 90 mins as it will be seen as one 90 min call and not a 60 min free and 30 min chargeable call. That will be why you need to hang up and start again.
@sscs1 Welcome to the forum and thanks for posting.
If you're calling a UK landline the first hour will be included as part of your Anytime calling plan and then you'll get charged the per minute rate for the remaining 30mins.
is it just me or is the term "anytime unlimited calls " factually incorrect when it's limited to 60 minutes
Hi @garybs29, the calling plans have changed over the years and I could not say exactly when it changed but as @NeilO says it was just for the minutes over the hour in July 2017. Of course, our Calling Plans have changed again and now there is no limit on call duration on the Unlimited Minutes plan.
if someone is already on the anytime plan is it easy to transfer to the Unlimited Minutes plan? is there a comparison of the two plans? When I read about the anytime unlimited plan it doesn't mention a 60 minute limit in text?