Phone cards for international students
August 5th, 2012
“What are the best phone cards for international students?”
ZapTel has great phone card solutions for those studying inside or outside the USA. We have phone cards designed with the specific needs of students in mind. Check out the rates for your calling destination or origination to find which card is best for you.
International Student’s Choice
The International Student’s Choice is great for students coming to America to study. Available in an initial denomination of $5 to $50 it can comfortably fit in any student’s budget. Here is what you’ll get with the International Student’s Choice:
- Rechargeable from $10 to $100.
- Time saving dialing features with PINzap™ Pinless Dialing and Speed Dial.
- Online call detail records so you can track how much you’ve been using your calling card.
- Other fees include a 10% surcharge per call but no weekly or monthly fees.
- A surcharge of $0.65 per call applies when calling from a pay phone.
- Never expires if used once per year.
Study Abroad Student’s Choice
The Study Abroad Student’s Choice is a great phone card to use for those traveling outside the USA to study. It’s initially available in denominations of $5 to $25. Here’s what you’ll get with the Study Abroad Student’s Choice:
- Accessible from over 100 countries around the world.
- Rechargeable from $20 to $100.
- Flat rate, no fee phone card. No surcharge per call or weekly/monthly service fee.
- Online call detail records available to track your calling.
Phone Card Coupon for Week of August 6, 2012
Through August 19th, receive 5% off of your purchase of a new PIN or recharge of an International Student’s Choice or Study Abroad Student’s Choice from ZapTel. 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 19, 2012.
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