phone card is a Permanent PIN
card with the handy Refill
option and PIN Free Access
feature. Its Toll Free Access Numbers
are accessible from the US, including Alaska, Hawaii and Puerto Rico, as well as Canada. You'll also enjoy low long-distance rates
to many countries with high quality connections...and you'll never pay a connection fee. Which makes choosing a phone card pretty simple!
- PIN Free Access!
Register your phone number with the card and it is recognized automatically after dialing the Access Number. You don't need to enter a hard-to-remember PIN!
Register multiple phone numbers to one account.
Use "My Account" - "My Permanent PINs" to register additional phone numbers.
- Refill the card at any time (add more funds).
Use "My Account" - "My Permanent PINs" to see the card's balance and other reports.
this card cannot be used to place calls within one state, i.e calls cannot be made from one state to the same state. This restriction is placed due to telecommunication regulations. Please use our other calling cards if you need to make these calls.
Please read the disclaimer about additional provisions. Rates and fees are subject to change without notice. Application of surcharges and fees has the effect of reducing total minutes on the card.
1. Dial Access Number
2. Enter your PIN number and wait for the prompt.
3. Dial your destination number and press the pound (#) key for better connection.
-- For International Calls: 011 + Country Code + City Code + Phone Number
-- For calls to/within the US and Canada: 1 + Area Code + Phone Number
• If no connection is established in 20 seconds, hang up to avoid being charged for the call and dial again.
For questions regarding connection quality, please contact card's Technical Support. (The number is provided in the email with card's PIN and Dialing Instructions.)
For questions regarding sales or services please contact us
USA-Continental, Canada: 1-800-243-4929 (+2.2 c/min)
From mobile or landline with free long-distance: 903-212-6683
US/Canada Local Access Numbers