Friday, February 5, 2016

Cell Phone Calling Cards


These questions are being collected for years. People go on to put them again and again. What should we do? We must answer them again and again too. Learn also what calling cards cannot do.

Can I use a calling card with my cell phone?
Yes, you can use a calling card for your cell phone.

If I use a prepaid calling card to make long-distance calls from my cell phone will my cell phone charge me?
No. Phone calls made with phone card are charged only to your phone card balance. The long-distance fee is deducted from the balance directly.

Can I use a prepaid calling card although I don't have long distance on my cell phone?
Yes, you can. Because calling cards provide you local access number or toll-free number to connect to their service. To place long-distance calls with a phone card, all you need is a phone.

If a call is made from a cell phone with a calling card, does the number called show on the cell phone bill?
Either a number shows on the cell phone bill or not, a calling card has nothing to do with it. Because it was designed just for connection. It has not other functions.

Can I call someone on a cell phone using a calling card and not use daytime minutes?
No, you cannot. You will still use up your mobile minutes if you use a calling card.

Is there any difference between calling from a cell phone and landline phone?
The only one difference is a higher rate per minute may apply when you are calling from a cell phone with a calling card. It's usually noted in phone card lists.

Can I use a prepaid calling card to call overseas with my cell phone?
Yes, of course. Using a phone card, you receive welcome access to long distance service as a local access number or a toll-free access number.

Can you use a calling card to make a call to a cell phone in the United States?
Yes, of course, you can. But why? In order to get cell minutes charge plus a calling card charge? Why do you need that compote? Use a calling card from a cell phone for only long distance calling.

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