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T-Mobile will next week slash the cost of making calls to overseas numbers - if you're one of its pay-as-you-go customers.

The provider will charge between 5p and 20p per minute to make a call to another mobile, and 5-10p to call a landline. Texts costs 15p.

The calls and texts must me made to any of 50 countries, and you have to opt in to the deal, which T-Mobile calls "International Pass", by texting INT to 441. That text is free. If you have already signed up, the new rates will be applied automatically, the carrier said.

International Pass will become available on Monday, 8 March.

The full list of countries and rates can be found in the PDF here. ®

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