Phone cards – consider call quality as well as price
There’s certainly plenty of competition in the market for international calls. It’s a far cry from the bad old days of the past when people had to pay huge charges to dial abroad. These days there are all kinds of different options and providers all offering cheaper international calls. Thanks to this explosion in competition more and more people can stay in touch with friends and families overseas without running up huge bills.
Phone cards are one of the most popular options for people looking to make better value overseas calls. The card provider bulk buys minutes from the telecoms companies, which they then bundle for individual customers, thus passing on the savings. It’s a great way to make calls at a massively reduced rate, but which international phone cards to buy? The cheapest? Or is there more to it than that?
Of course price is a factor, but it shouldn’t be the only consideration when choosing phone cards. There’s no point in choosing the cheapest cards if the call quality is poor or there are additional connection charges for example. Customers should also consider the type of phone that they intend to make the calls from. Is it a mobile, landline or both? Is the card flexible enough to allow calls from different types of handset and phone line?
With Planet Phonecards people know exactly what they are getting, great value calls with no hidden charges and the flexibility to call from mobiles as well as landlines. Call quality is great no matter where in the world people dial out to. They might not have the absolute cheapest international phone cards on sale, but customers can be sure of great value for money and top call quality, as well as a clear billing system. So choose Planet Phonecards for the best of both worlds.