Study Abroad Students Needing Phone Cards

August 1st, 2011

“What phone card is best for me to buy my study abroad student?”

For years, ZapTel has been working with college students who not only travel to the USA to study but also travel outside the USA with study abroad programs call home for an affordable cost.  We understand how important it is to make those phone calls home, and with that in mind, we have a phone card specifically dedicated to the study abroad student.
ZapTel’s Study Abroad Student’s Choice is designed for students traveling outside the USA to use when making phone calls back to the USA.  Here are just some of the rates for calling out of a few of the most popular study abroad countries back to the United States:

8¢ from the United Kingdom

10.5¢ from Italy

7.2¢ from Spain

10¢ from France

10.5¢ from Australia


One of the nicest features about the Study Abroad Student’s Choice phone card is that parents can use the card to make calls from the USA to where their student is when abroad.  Many families have found that, if their student calls them from where they’re studying and they hang up and the parents call them back, they can make their phone cards last longer.  The rates for calling from the USA to outside countries are, in most cases, lower than calling in reverse.

Buy a Study Abroad Student’s Choice Phone Card from ZapTel.

Phone Card Coupon for Week of August 1st

Through August 7th, take 5% off your purchare or recharge of a Study Abroad 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 August 7, 2011.

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