Serbia Yugoslavia Overseas Calling Cards

Written by Kathleen Gagne
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In 1929, the land of the Serbs, Croats, and Slovenes was named Yugoslavia. The newly named country was a combination of Serbia and Montenegro in the area of Eastern Europe once known as Macedonia. After going through the Nazi years, Yugoslavian leaders tried hard to unite Serbs under one banner, which ended up bringing NATO and Russian peacekeeping troops into Kosovo. In 2003, the country was restructured into the loose federation of two republics named Serbia and Montenegro.

Buying Overseas Calling Cards Online

I found an online site offering a card for under $10.00 that gives you 121 minutes of calling time at $.081 per minute. This particular card comes with a low semi-monthly fee, a 20 percent service fee, and three minute rounding. In addition, the minutes on this card expire six months after the first time you use it.

Another site offers a similar card at a higher cost because it offers more minutes per card. It's important to make sure that the overseas calling cards you are considering do not come with a per call connection fee. You may also want to look for cards that can be recharged so that, when your minutes are getting low, you can add more minutes by phone or online. Check for minute expiration since this can be a major cost factor.

Look for a guarantee of good call quality, and be sure to find out when customer service is available. This can be especially important for business callers. Check out rates and connection fees. For example, on a $10.00 card with a per minute rate of $.258 and a connection fee of $.25, you would be able to talk for 37 minutes. Minute expiration can also be a cost issue, so you should always make your purchase based on your expected usage.


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