-> Step 1 - Search our posted long-distance rates and choose the best phone card that suits your needs. -> Step 2 - Pay securely and with confidence using the trusted online security of PayPal. -> Step 3 - Check your email account to receive your phone card login information and PIN. -> Step 4 - Place all your calls using a local access number from our ever-growing list https://canadacallcards.ca/Access_numbers
1. Dial local access number :https://canadacallcards.ca/Access_numbers 2. After a voice prompt enter your PIN number (sent by e-mail after the purchasing). After first call the system will remember your phone number and next time you won't need to enter the pin. If you call from a different number first time you need to enter PIN number. Pinless functionality is only available for valid CallerID. 3. Dial your destination number -> Dial 011 + country code + city code or 011 + country code + mobile code + phone number. Example for Germany mobile -> 011491XXXXXXXXXX. Do not dial a zero before the city code or mobile code. Find all countries codes: http://countrycode.org/
While our rates and those of the telecommunications provider of your home or cell service are subject to change, we trust that you can save up to 95% by using any of the canadacallcards.ca international phone cards.
You will not be charged if your call goes unanswered. However, you will be charged, if the call is connected with an answering machine, voice mail or fax. The amount will vary according to the rate of the purchased card.
For a short term use the cards with the lowest rates are recommended (usually they have weekly maintenance fee). For a long term use we suggest the cards with no or low maintenance fee. If you are a first time buyer ask Customer Service for assistance for choosing calling card.
You will need to use your PIN each time you place a call from a home, business or cellular phone. However, if you are a subscriber to Caller ID on any of those accounts, after the first call placed from that line, you may be able to use the services without a PIN.
If you are using a cell phone, it is possible that your problems are with the cellular carrier connection, so confirm that you have a strong signal before you make a call. If you are having problems with the quality of your call and you are certain that your cellular connection is not the problem, please do not hesitate to contact customer support. Customer Support
First, please verify the number you are calling is correct, and that you have dialed correctly. You should not dial “0” before the city code of any number for a long distance call. If you have verified all of these things and are still unable to complete your call, please do not hesitate to contact customer support. Customer Support
As a service for our customers, canadacallcards.ca offers the service of a toll-access line at a low rate of just 4 cents a minute for users who are making calls in an area that does not yet have local access numbers. We offer this toll-access number as a means of keeping your call rates lower than those of your cell and home phone providers in the interim period before a local access number is offered in your area.
No, canadacallcards.ca does not charge a fee to use any of their local access numbers, only for the toll-access number. However, when you are selecting an access number from our list, be sure that it is a local call for you, otherwise you may be charged by your phone or cellular provider. You will also be responsible for the minutes you use on your cellular according to the contract with your carrier.
We accept transactions through PAYPAL online. If you don’t already have an account, it is easy to sign up and, within minutes of using your credit card or debit card to make your purchase, you should receive your calling card information.
Calling Cards or phone cards, are a prepaid method of making a long distance (domestic or international) calls. In using a phone calling card you save money on your long distance phone bill. With a Canada call cards you can buy and talk at very low rates. You simply pay for the calling time in advance and reduce the prepaid balance as you make phone calling.
This is the basic unit to record the length of your phone calls. Industry standard is one minute rounding, as in the case of your residential telephone services. Prepaid calling cards can be rounded to one, two, or even three minutes. If it is rounded to 3 minutes, your 30 seconds phone call will be considered as a 3-minute phone call and your 4 minute phone call will be considered as 6 minute phone call.
This is the fee to maintain services for some prepaid cards. More calls calling card have no maintains fee . The maintenance fee will be taken from your telephone card every one day or weeks (depends from the card) since you buy card and as long as there are still available ballance on your card.
Yes, it is possible. Suppose we have two Caller IDs: • Caller ID #1 • Caller ID #2 Then: 1. Caller ID #1 dials DID number, calling card system asks to enter PIN number. 2. Caller ID #1 enters PIN number 1234. calling card system assigns this Caller ID #1 to Calling Card with PIN 1234. 3. If Caller ID #1 calls once more, it is not asked to enter a PIN because calling card system has assigned it to calling card with PIN 1234. 4. Now Caller ID #2 dials access number, calling card system asks to enter PIN number. 5. Caller ID #2 enters PIN number 1234. Now calling card system deletes Caller ID #1 and assigns Caller ID #2 to Calling Card with PIN 1234. 6. If Caller ID #2 calls once more, it is not asked to enter a PIN because calling card system has assigned it to Calling Card with PIN 1234. 7. If Caller ID #1 calls once more, it is asked to enter PIN because Calling Card with PIN 1234 was assigned to Caller ID #2. 8. Etc.