Last night, I got a phone call from my sister in law. She rarely calls and it used to be me who calls her, but this time she was the one who called me. I usually call her so she does not have to spend extra money on international callings. She then told me something interesting. She said she was able to buy a phone card that will allow her to call me for only $0.06 a minute. Isn't that Fantastic? I decided to let her call me instead from now on.
Nevertheless, there were times, I need to call her. There were several times I needed to call her while I was in Shiolkula but I didn’t know where to get a good phone card. I don't wanna use my cell phone coz, obviously, I'll go broke!
I'd want to introduce you to the service she told me about and was using:
It is Pingo.com. Pingo.com is an international calling card service that offers several international calling cards. Here you can compare Dominica Republic calling card rates. Philippine calling card rates are currently $0.138 (landline) or $0.145 (mobile).
Do the comparison, and you'll discover we have a winner here ;). When you sign up and purchase a $20 credit, you get $5 of free calling! An affiliate program is also available where you can get $15 per referral.
Other great features include:
- Receive up to 4 hours of free International calls for doing one of the following:
* Signing up
* Linking to Pingo.com
Just go to http://www.pingo.com/freeinternationalcallingcards.do and email them at email@example.com to receive a free phone card.
* Joining Pingo’s affiliate program that pays $15 for each new customer you refer.
However, there are other charges that I think you should know about:
Account maintenance fee: $0.98 /month
Mandated payphone surcharge: $0.65 /call (payphones & certain public phones in the US)
Mandated payphone surcharge: up to $0.99 /call (payphones & certain public phones in other countries)
* This is a sponsored post