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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 second|
|Can Make Calls From:||Abroad|
|Customer Support Language:||English/Spanish|
|Customer Service Hours:||24 hours|
|800 number Surcharge:||1¢ per minute|
|Within Continental US:||2¢|
|Expiration:||1 year (365 days) after last use; if no use 1 year (365 days) after last recharge|
|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 French Polynesia 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 One Second World card gives you a great rate to call French Polynesia with no maintenance fee and no connection fee, which makes this particular card ideal for placing short and more frequent calls from United States to all your destinations in French Polynesia. Get this high-quality, no-fee calling card and you can use the One Second World card to place international calls to French Polynesia from any phone, at low rates.
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