Premium Phone Cards

Written by Kathleen Gagne
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You may wonder what makes one prepaid phone card good, while another one is considered to be premium. With phone cards, as with most other goods and services, the value of the card makes it premium. Value is always measured in terms of benefit to the buyer or user, and value in phone cards is fairly simple to understand.

One of the most important features of any phone card is the cost per minute for calls made with the card. Another item to look out for is whether there is a connection fee per call or on calls made from pay phones or cell phones. Any fee added to the calling process increases the amount of the per-minute rate.

A premium card is easy to use, easy to recharge, and provides the user with pertinent information whenever he or she wants it. Some cards come with a an expiration date, and minutes not used before that date are lost. Premium cards not only have no expiration date, but they are usually rechargeable.

The Importance of Convenience

When you choose to carry a prepaid phone card, you are carrying it because it is in some way convenient and cost-effective for you to do so. You may simply want to save money over the high long distance rates available via land line, or you might want the security of knowing you can call from any phone without worrying about operator fees or access. Premium phone cards are those that offer low rates and top-notch customer service.


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