Habits of Effective Phone Card Users

March 24th, 2013

“What information should I know before making my next phone card purchase?”

Phone cards are a great way to budget your phone time and save money.  To do so effectively, though, there are 3 habits you should adopt to make sure you are getting the most for your money with every phone card purchase, even for those repeat purchases.

3 Habits All Phone Card Users Should Use

1) Double check the rate per minute.

Generally with an phone card you purchase, the rates are subject to change it go it notice.  For ZapTel, this doesn’t happen all too often, but it does happen.  Before making your next phone card purchase, even if it’s a recharge, double check the rate per minute to make sure that it is consistent with what you’ve previously purchased.

2) Optimize your use of other phone card features.
ZapTel carries a number of phone cards that are rechargeable, have PINzap Pinless Dialing, Speed Dial, and online call detail records.  Check out what features your phone card has and see which ones would be most useful to you.

3) Stay informed on new products and advice.
Take a minute and look through the rates and new phone card products available.  You may find a different product that will best suit your phone card needs.  And don’t forget to check out our phone card blog for the latest phone card tips and news.

Do a rate search today.

Phone Card Coupon for Week of March 25, 2013

Through April 7th, receive 5% off of your recharge 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 April 7, 2013.

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