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0865 and 0866 free fax to email numbers

Overview

  • FREEFAX 0866 and FREEFAX 0865: You pay nothing as the recipient
  • The caller, or the sender of the fax from a normal fax machine, will be charged premium rates, which costs only slightly more than a cell phone call
  • The price dropped in real terms and the service offers great value for money
  • The fax number ranges are 865 and 0866
  • Telkom charges the caller a premium call rate
  • Telkom have a range of premium and standard rate dialling codes
  • Telkom shares their profit with the supplier, which keeps this service free for the recipient

0865 and 0866 numbers

Telkom provides the 086 to use for the fax to email service. These numbers may be used by individuals and businesses.

Telkom charges a premium rate for the 086 numbers and share the profits with the fax to email companies.

We offer 0866 numbers, but due to the growing demand for fax services, the 0865 range has also been added, and further numbers may be added as our service grows.

How much does it cost to call an 086 fax to email number?


0865 and 0866 calling rates

The fax number range is 0862, 0865, 0866, 08673, 08774, 08676 and the caller pays increasing rates linked to last digits. Telkom publishes these rates on their website.

Other 08 numbers not to be confused with Fax-To-Email numbers

080: FreeCall, Toll-free, called party pays
0811 - 0814: Telkom Mobile (8ta)
082: Cellular: Vodacom
083: Cellular: MTN
084: Cellular: Cell C
085: Cellular: USAL license holders - Vodacom and MTN have some prefixes out of this range for their USAL offerings
086: Sharecall, MaxiCall and premium-rate services, calls can be routed to regional offices automatically
0860: Sharecall Land line callers pay local call, called party pays long distance if applicable
0861: MaxiCall caller always pay long distance for call even if routed to local office
0862 - 9: Premium rate caller pays increasing rate linked to last digit
0862, 0865, 0866, 08673, 08774, 08676: Fax to Email caller always pay increasing rate linked to last digits
08622, 086294: Competition lines caller always pay premium rate
08671 - 08674: Information services caller always pay increasing rate linked to last digit
087: Value-added services (VoIP among others)
088: Pagers and Telkom CallAnswer voicemail
089: Maxinet, for polls and radio call-in services

Other telephone dialing codes in South Africa that is not linked to the Fax-To-Email service

00: International access code effective from 16 October 2006 and mandatory from 16 January 2007.

01: The old Transvaal province, currently comprising Gauteng, Mpumalanga, Limpopo and part of the North West:

010: New overlay plan announced for Johannesburg (proposed November 2001)
011: Witwatersrand region around Johannesburg, currently code for entire Greater Johannesburg
012: Pretoria and surrounding towns (also includes Brits)
013: Western and northern Mpumalanga: Middelburg, Witbank and Nelspruit
014: Northern North West and Southwestern Limpopo: Rustenburg and Modimolle
015: Northern and Eastern Limpopo: Polokwane
016: Vaal Triangle: Vereeniging, Vanderbijlpark and Sasolburg, which constitutes an anomaly, since Sasolburg isn't the old Transvaal.
017: Southern Mpumalanga: Ermelo
018: Southern North West: Potchefstroom and Klerksdorp

02: Western and Northern Cape:

021: Cape Town metropole and surrounds, including Stellenbosch, Somerset West and Gordon's Bay
022: Boland and West Coast: Malmesbury
023: Worcester and greater Karoo, including Beaufort West
024: Somerset West (Became 021 in 1996)
027: Namaqualand (Northern Cape): Vredendal, Calvinia, Clanwilliam, Springbok, Alexander Bay, Port Nolloth
028: Southern region: Swellendam and Caledon / Hermanus region.

03: KwaZulu-Natal:

031: Durban
032: KZN North coast region: Stanger
033: Pietermaritzburg and KwaZulu-Natal Midlands
034: Vryheid, Newcastle and Northern KZN
035: Zululand region: St. Lucia, Richards Bay
036: Drakensberg region: Ladysmith
039: South coast: Port Shepstone and interior, and Eastern Pondoland (in Eastern Cape)

04: Eastern Cape and eastern parts of the Western Cape:

040: Bhisho
041: Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage
042: Southern region: Humansdorp
043: East London and surrounds
044: Garden Route, including Oudtshoorn, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Mossel Bay and George
045: Central region: Queenstown
046: Southern region: Grahamstown
047: Mthatha / most of previous Transkei
048: Northern region: Steynsburg
049: Western region: Graaff-Reinet
04: Eastern Cape and eastern parts of the Western Cape:
040: Bhisho
041: Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage
042: Southern region: Humansdorp
043: East London and surrounds
044: Garden Route, including Oudtshoorn, Knysna, Plettenberg Bay, Mossel Bay and George
045: Central region: Queenstown
046: Southern region: Grahamstown
047: Mthatha / most of previous Transkei
048: Northern region: Steynsburg
049: Western region: Graaff-Reinet

05: Free State and Northern Cape

051: Central and southern region: Bloemfontein, and Aliwal North in E Cape
053: Kimberley, eastern part of Northern Cape, far west of NW province
054: Upington, Gordonia region
056: Northern Free State: Kroonstad
057: Northern Free State: Welkom (Goldfields region)
058: Eastern Free State: Bethlehem

06: Currently unused.

Was South-West Africa (now Namibia) until 1992, when direct dialing was discontinued. and replaced by international dialing with the +264 country code. For example, for a call from South Africa to Windhoek, before and after 1992:

Before 1992: 061
After 1992: 09 26461
After Jan 2007: 00 26461

07: Cellular

0710: MTN (spill-over from 083)
0711 - 0716: Vodacom (spill-over from 082)
0717 - 0719: MTN (spill-over from 083)
072: Vodacom (spill-over from 082)
073: MTN (spill-over from 083)
074: Cell C (Cell C has allocated 0741 to Virgin Mobile)
0741: Virgin Mobile as of June 2006
076: Vodacom (spill-over from 082)
078: MTN (spill-over from 083)
079: Vodacom (spill-over from 082)

09: Old International access code no longer in use.


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