Finding Phone Cards for International Students

July 17th, 2011

“I’m an international student studying in the USA.  What phone card is best for me?”

We understand how important it is for international students to call home while they study abroad in the United States.  We also understand how important it is for international calls to be affrodable for students.  While ZapTel carries a variety of phone cards for just about any calling  need, we have a specific phone card designed to meet the many needs of the international student.
ZapTel’s International Student’s Choice is a great phone card for just about any student looking for a reliable calling card carrier with great rates to call home.  Here are just some of the landline rates for the most popular calling destinations:

3.9¢ to China

4.8¢ to India

4.8¢ to South Korea

3.8¢ to the United Kingdom

5.5¢ to Brazil

3.4¢ to Canada

The International Student’s Choice also has great features that makes calling home quick and easy.  It’s rechargeable so you can add money to it at any time online.  There’s also PINzap PINless dialing which helps you associate your mobile phone with your phone card so you don’t have to enter your PIN each time you call.  There’s also Speed Dial where you can add up to 99 phone numbers that you call regularly so you do not have to dial all those numbers either each time you call.

Buy an International Student’s Choice Phone Card from ZapTel.


Phone Card Coupon for Week of July 18th

Through July 24th, take 5% off your purchare or recharge of an International Student’s Choice from ZapTel. Coupon does not apply to recharge or cellular refill purchases. Use the following code to receive the discount:


Enter the coupon code on the Review Your Order page, and be sure to click the “Add Coupon Code” button on the page to apply the discount. Offer expires at Midnight Central Time on July 24, 2011.

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