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:||3 minutes|
|Can Make Calls From:||Cont. U.S., Canada, Hawaii|
|Customer Support Language:||English/Spanish|
|Customer Service Hours:||24 hours|
|800 number Surcharge:||None|
|Within Continental US:||None|
|Expiration:||1 year (365 days) after last use; if no use 1 year (365 days) after being ordered|
|Domestic Connection Fee:||35.0¢|
*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 Zimbabwe landline phones only. If you wish to call cells or specific cities you can find help with how to choose the right calling card for you.
The Long Call World card is perfect for those times when you know you’re going to be on the phone for a while with your people in Zimbabwe! You get a 3-minute rounding time and can make high quality international calls from United States to all destinations in Zimbabwe. Also, the Long Call World card has all the great features of a NobelCom card: PINless dialing, Automatic Recharge, great low rates, and 24/7 customer support to ensure you get the best service there is!
The consistent high quality service from Nobel gives me confidence to continue to place orders and recommend them to others.
Kent S., Birmingham, UK
I have got to say you folks are a pleasure to deal with even when I have had issues, always polite, always accommodating and we always find a way to solve the issues. Thumbs up Nobel!
Bonita W., Bainbridge, US
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