080 charges to change
So what's the craic? From 1 July 2015, Ofcom is changing the way we're charged and they'll be telling everyone about it through a campaign called UK Calling.
From July, the cost of calling these numbers will be split into two parts.
There'll be an access charge and a service charge. Basically, the cost of connecting your call to the network will be charged in pence per minute, which will be added to the service charge, which is how much the rest of the call will cost you.
One charge is decided by your network, while the other is decided by the organisation you call. Splitting them up helps you to decipher exactly who is trying to rinse you of pennies and pounds when you call them.
Companies have to communicate all this very clearly from July, which means that, if the service charge was 20p a minute, the organisation you are calling might say: "Calls cost 20p a minute, plus your phone company's access charge".
Confused? Watch this video, which has the mandatory 'friendly acoustic guitar music' which is designed to make you feel at ease.