How To Recharge Your PIN
Did you know that prepaid phone cards or calling cards can save more than 70% of the money that you spend on international calls? This is the main reason why prepaid calling cards are so popular these days. With Phone Card Selector long distance long distance calling cards, you can enjoy great rates for international calling.
We have many calling cards to choose from with each featuring different rates. However, if possible you will want to find a rechargeable phone card.
The reason for this is as follows:
- Maintain the same PIN
- Use every last cent on the phone card.
In the phone card industry this is call “breakage”. Breakage is how some phone card providers make money as they hope that you will not be able to use the small amount that is left on your phone card. E.g. if it cost 30 cents/ min to call Fiji and you only have 29 cents left on your card you will no longer be able to use your card to call Fiji.
- Refresh any credit that has expired. Rechargeable cards generally have an expiry date of “6 months from first use or recharge”. E.g. if you buy a $20 card and still have $5 on the card after 6 months you will not lose the $5 if you recharge your card. So if you recharge for $10 you will have another 6 months to use $15.