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Post is delivered Monday to Saturday in the UK. You can choose first class or second class delivery. Second class is the slower, cheaper option. Most first class mail will arrive the following day, but it’s not guaranteed. If you need to send something securely or quickly  (like a passport) you can pay a bit extra for …

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When you first arrive, if you don’t already have accommodation sorted out you might not have Internet access. If you have your own laptop you can pick up Internet dongles at very competitive rates, without being locked in to a contract.  Checkout these mobile Internet providers: Orange mobile broadband Talk mobile broadband  

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Many UK companies only provide phone numbers beginning with 0844 or 0845, which are charged at a higher rate from your mobile phone. To avoid paying premium rates you can look up a local number beginning with 01, 02 or 03 using the website below: http://www.saynoto0870.com/search.php

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When I first arrived in the UK I used to use Skype to call friends and family. This worked well, but it meant I had to either use a computer, or be signed up to 3 Mobile to get a decent connection. I’ve recently discovered Rebtel, which works by calling a local number so the …

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