Eurovision 2022: How do you vote and how much does it cost?

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Whichever country’s act ends up with the highest points total is declared the winner.

How much does it cost to vote in Eurovision?

It costs 15p per call to vote in Eurovision on a mobile.

If you call on a landline, you’ll be charged 15p plus whatever your network access charge is.

Voting isn’t free on the app, either – as the app will take you to the shortened mobile number in order for you to cast your vote. So, you’ll still have the 15p charge.

Remember: there’s no text voting or website voting in the UK, so there’s no free alternative in place right now.

Eurovision airs on Saturday, May 14 at 8pm on BBC One.

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