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What should I look for before purchasing a prepaid phone card?
When buying a prepaid phone card, be sure you fully understand all of the instructions, fees, terms and conditions. Make sure you:
Read the fine print on the packaging or back of the card to understand any conditions or limitations on the use of the card. Understand the rates for your particular phone card and any fees that may be assessed to use the card.
In some cases the card's value will be reduced by "post-call", "disconnect" or "hang-up" fees after each time you use the card, or by a "maintenance" fee charged after you use the card for the first time and again at regular intervals.
Check whether the advertised minutes for the card apply only to a single call or if the minutes can be used for multiple calls.
Check the card's expiration date to avoid losing unused minutes.
Look for a toll-free customer service number provided with or on the card, and make sure you will not be charged for calling it.
Calling Card news:
While it might seem nonsensical, Selling turkeys via a prepaid phone-card promotion illustrates one of many promotional tactics supermarkets are employing to drive awareness and sales.The holiday promotion's central theme was buy a turkey and get a calling card to call someone you love at Thanksgiving. Shoppers who purchased a store-brand turkey got a 15-minute phone card at the checkout worth $5, said Marlene Waltz
Companies including Locus Telecommunications, Lyca Tel, NobelTel, Simple Network, STi Telecom and Touch-Tel USA, LLC were each fined $5 million for deceptively marketing prepaid calling cards to consumers. It’s important to use a calling card you can trust.