Free Calling

Written by Sierra Rein
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Some free calling cards are not made of plastic, but can be found right in the email box on one's computer. These digital calling cards are sent out for free as an incentive to sign up with an Internet service. Trial memberships are offered to introduce the service; once you think you wish to stay along with the company, a full membership can be created.

There are many reasons for signing up with a free calling company. You can plan on cutting down long distance costs and save hundreds of dollars throughout the year. Or, you can collect emergency minutes that can be used any time, as long as the calling card number and personal PIN are kept on hand.

Luckily, one does not have to sacrifice quality while collecting these free calling minutes. Many of the companies associated with calling card services are incredibly popular and give out a number of great savings through their online companies. Newspapers, shoe and music stores, Internet broadband companies and insurance businesses alike are constantly sending out coupons and other money-saving offers as incentives to sign up.

Before Signing Up With a Free Calling Service

Make sure when you look into these free phone minute companies that you do not have any up front fees, or that overdraft charges are not made after the free minutes run out. Ask questions and read all membership FAQs to understand how the company runs itself, and never agree to give out personal information unless you have already experienced good service. Most reputable calling companies will only ask for a valid email address and will not demand any economic information to begin with.


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