Rechargeable Calling Cards

Written by Kathleen Gagne
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Rechargeable calling cards have been around for a long time, and they offer users some advantages that even cell phones can't top. Obviously, if you don't carry a cell phone, knowing that you can make calls from any phone when you need to is a great option. Business owners can even give them to employees who need to make calls when they're on the road.

Cost is, of course, a great advantage because calling cards often offer minutes at the lowest rates. Another advantage is that you can get a rechargeable phone card even if you can't afford or qualify for a cell phone. Unlike cell phones with limited minutes, you will always know when you need more minutes on your card, and you can add as few or as many as you like.

You never get a bill that shocks you because you pay up front, so you are always in control of your communications spending. Recharging is faster and simpler than ever. You can even find rechargeable cards that come with no expiration date or lost minutes and ones that will automatically extend your expiration date and roll over any unused minutes whenever you add minutes to the card.

PIN-Free Rechargeable Calling Cards

Some vendors offer you the opportunity to make calls from a specific phone without having to use a PIN. You simply register your primary phone with your vendor, and their system will recognize your phone and not request a PIN when you make calls from that phone. You can even use your card with your cell phone! For millions of people, rechargeable phone cards are becoming part of their way of life.

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