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What is the web site for international calling card?

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by jgb, Nov 30, 2003.

  1. jgb

    jgb Guest

    A couple months ago, someone posted the web site of a company that anyone
    could sign up for, give a credit card #, and call an 800 # from a cell phone
    in order to dial an international phone # at a reasonable cost.

    Can someone help me with what the web site is? I bookmarked the site at the
    time, but now have a new computer. I tried a google search, but I guess I
    had the wrong keywords.

    -Joanne
     



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  2. Not Me

    Not Me Guest

    www.onesuite.com
    "jgb" <jgb@myisp.net> wrote in message
    news:%Puyb.4572$y5.304518@nnrp1.ptd.net...
    | A couple months ago, someone posted the web site of a company that anyone
    | could sign up for, give a credit card #, and call an 800 # from a cell
    phone
    | in order to dial an international phone # at a reasonable cost.
    |
    | Can someone help me with what the web site is? I bookmarked the site at
    the
    | time, but now have a new computer. I tried a google search, but I guess I
    | had the wrong keywords.
    |
    | -Joanne
    |
    |
     
  3. www.tel3.com
    www.onesuite.com

    "jgb" <jgb@myisp.net> wrote in message
    news:%Puyb.4572$y5.304518@nnrp1.ptd.net...
    > A couple months ago, someone posted the web site of a company that anyone
    > could sign up for, give a credit card #, and call an 800 # from a cell

    phone
    > in order to dial an international phone # at a reasonable cost.
    >
    > Can someone help me with what the web site is? I bookmarked the site at

    the
    > time, but now have a new computer. I tried a google search, but I guess I
    > had the wrong keywords.
    >
    > -Joanne
    >
    >
     
  4. David L

    David L Guest

    "jgb" <jgb@myisp.net> wrote in message news:<%Puyb.4572$y5.304518@nnrp1.ptd.net>...
    > A couple months ago, someone posted the web site of a company that anyone
    > could sign up for, give a credit card #, and call an 800 # from a cell phone
    > in order to dial an international phone # at a reasonable cost.
    >
    > Can someone help me with what the web site is? I bookmarked the site at the
    > time, but now have a new computer. I tried a google search, but I guess I
    > had the wrong keywords.
    >
    > -Joanne


    I use Pincity and Onesuite. Sams Clubs cards and Big Zoo (75¢/month)
    are also an option. Pincity has more local access numbers out west.
    Several years with no major problems. Both have infrequent minor call
    glitches. It's good to compare rates, there are specials.

    -
    David
     
  5. On Sun, 30 Nov 2003 23:12:59 GMT, "jgb" <jgb@myisp.net> wrote:

    >A couple months ago, someone posted the web site of a company that anyone
    >could sign up for, give a credit card #, and call an 800 # from a cell phone
    >in order to dial an international phone # at a reasonable cost.
    >
    >Can someone help me with what the web site is? I bookmarked the site at the
    >time, but now have a new computer. I tried a google search, but I guess I
    >had the wrong keywords.


    http://gorillamobile.com

    Great rates, no PINs involved. $5.95 fee per year.

    Calls to mobile phones is often more expensive than calling regular
    wireline phones.

    - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
    To send an email reply send to
    GSMthemobilestandard (@) yahoo.com
     
  6. jgb

    jgb Guest

    Thank you, everyone who replied. I signed up for GorillaMobile and will
    look into the others as well. Gorilla Mobile is $0.05 per minute for
    England (my father and step-mother) and $0.06 for Germany (my grandmother
    and at times my mother). There is also a 15 cent charge per call, I
    believe, and an almost $6 per year charge. Currently, they are doing a free
    trial.

    Again, thanks!
    -Joanne

    "David L" <davidlind@my-deja.com> wrote in message
    news:e1705cb3.0311302254.1892a96c@posting.google.com...
    > "jgb" <jgb@myisp.net> wrote in message

    news:<%Puyb.4572$y5.304518@nnrp1.ptd.net>...
    > > A couple months ago, someone posted the web site of a company that

    anyone
    > > could sign up for, give a credit card #, and call an 800 # from a cell

    phone
    > > in order to dial an international phone # at a reasonable cost.
    > >
    > > Can someone help me with what the web site is? I bookmarked the site at

    the
    > > time, but now have a new computer. I tried a google search, but I guess

    I
    > > had the wrong keywords.
    > >
    > > -Joanne

    >
    > I use Pincity and Onesuite. Sams Clubs cards and Big Zoo (75¢/month)
    > are also an option. Pincity has more local access numbers out west.
    > Several years with no major problems. Both have infrequent minor call
    > glitches. It's good to compare rates, there are specials.
    >
    > -
    > David
     

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