Phone cards with and without recharge

August 19th, 2012

“Why do some phone cards have recharge and others don’t?”

At ZapTel, we strive to carry products that can fit a variety of different customer needs.  While many customers enjoy the ease and simplicity of recharge, others like getting a new PIN with each purchase.  We carry both types.

The advantage of having a rechargeable phone card is that you can keep your PIN as long as you’ve been using your phone card in accordance with its expiration limits (i.e. however many days after the last/first use).  You can recharge your phone card online 24 hours a day at ZapTel.com.

Some customers like purchasing a new PIN with each purchase because it helps them stay within a budget.  They can buy one phone card, budget the time they have on it accordingly, and when the phone card is used up, it’s used up.

Another factor with a phone card’s recharge capabilities has to do with the carrier.  Not all carriers allow recharge with their phone card products.  We do what we can to balance the number of rechargeable phone cards with the ones that cannot be recharged.

Check out all ZapTel’s rechargeable phone cards.

Phone Card Coupon for Week of August 20, 2012

Through September 2nd, 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:

RECHARGE

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 September 2, 2012.

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