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danielle1
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0800 800 150 "not recognised"

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I've been trying to call the BT 150 number all day but the number is "not recognised".  In fact, the message kicks in after the second 800, so before I've even finished entering the number

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imjolly
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From landline or mobile ?

bt Retail customer?



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danielle1
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Sorry, I should have said.

Yes, BT landline, retail customer.

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imjolly
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If landline you just need to dial 150



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Keith_Beddoe
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Perhaps you have a crossed line?

Dial 17070 and see if the number that is read out, matches the phone number on your bill.

danielle1
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Well, I'm glad to find out that I can just dial 150 (thank you!), but now ... do I have a new problem?  I just tried the 17070 test, and I got a completely different number.  What does that mean, in laymen's terms?

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imjolly
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You have a crossed line and need to report it - guess where - 151



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@danielle1 wrote:

Well, I'm glad to find out that I can just dial 150 (thank you!), but now ... do I have a new problem?  I just tried the 17070 test, and I got a completely different number.  What does that mean, in laymen's terms?


It means that your line is crossed with another, and the other person`s calls will appear on your bill, and vice versa, It will also cause problems with your broadband.

If you make a note of the number that is read back, and tell BT that your line is crosseg with that number, then they will get Openreach to look at it.

It could be a number belonging to another provider, but then you would not get BT if you dual 150.

It could also be a "stopped" BT line, which usually only allows calls to 150.

Was it a broadband issue to were trying to report?

 

 

danielle1
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Many thanks for the info.  If I hadn't had a problem with the new hub confusion, I would have never known about this crossed line.  All the bills are correct, as far as the calls listed.  I always check everything.

But might this be in any way connected to the second hub being ordered and delivered (see my only other post)?  Or is that just a coincidence?

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danielle1
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No, I was trying to call about the second order for a Hub 2 appearing on my account and the Hub being delivered (see my other post).  I wanted to make sure the mistake was cleared up. 

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