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rate based on local access
The minutes for a calling card are based on one call using a local access number where available.
|Denominations:||$20, $40, $50, $100|
|Fees & Surcharges:||May apply*|
|Billing Increments:||1 minute|
|Maintenance Fee:||49¢ /Month|
|Can Make Calls From:||Abroad|
|Customer Support Language:||English/Spanish|
|Customer Service Hours:||24 hours|
|800 number Surcharge:||1¢ per minute|
|Within Continental US:||1.5¢|
|Expiration:||1 year (365 days) after last use; if no use 1 year (365 days) after being ordered|
|Domestic Connection Fee:||None|
|Payphone Surcharge:||Up to 99¢|
*May apply on some calls. Please call Customer Service at 1-888-520-9215 for details.
**The payphone surcharge applies only when calling from United States and Canada.
This phone card is designed for low rates to Russia - Moscow only. If you wish to call landline or cells phones you can find help with how to choose the right calling card for you.
The Call World card is the recommended option when you want to make rather short calls as it gives you a 1-minute rounding with no connection fee. As all other NobelCom cards, the Call World card is rechargeable and offers you many great options, like: PINless dialing, Automatic Recharge and many more. Enjoy making international calls at low rates, and stay in touch with everyone!
There are many phone cards company but I have been using Nobelcom for a while and I am very happy with the overall quality of service and value. Today the customer service representative was also very helpful and professional. Thank you.
Jang L., Houston, US
For any of you trying to call friends and family on foreign turf (or call friends and family from foreign turf) I highly recommend - called my son who's spending a year in India (over 90 minutes) only cost about $3.50!!
Katrina M., Mountain Brook, US
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