South Africa - Cell Phone Cards

South Africa - Cell calling cards from United States

Calling from United States to South Africa - Cell
South Africa 9.4¢ South Africa - Cell 9.4¢
940 ¢/min

rate based on local access

212 min

Rounding: 4 minutes Maintenance Fee: 99¢ /Week Connection Fee: None

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1490 ¢/min

rate based on local access

134 min

Rounding: 1 minute Maintenance Fee: 49¢ /Month Connection Fee: None

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1590 ¢/min

rate based on local access

125 min

Rounding: 1 second Maintenance Fee: None Connection Fee: None

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NobelApp Credit mobile

Valid for183 days 1490 ¢/min

Mustang & Elephant Deal mobile & landline

110 minutes 1400 ¢/min 480 minutes 1310 ¢/min

Why use NobelCom?

Calls are made easy with NobelApp

You can use your phone card to South Africa - Cell to make calls with NobelApp via WiFi/3G & Access Numbers. NobelApp works on iOS and Android. Alternatively choose NobelApp Credit and take full control of your expenses with call history, recharge any cell phones worldwide and send international text messages at competitive rates. Check our rates to South Africa.

Each purchase is rewarded with Nobel Points

We reward each and every one of our customers for their loyalty. That's why we're offering loads of Nobel Points for every recharge (or new purchase) and also for recommending our South Africa - Cell phone cards to your friends.

Promotions, benefits and ongoing support

As soon as you sign up with NobelCom, you automatically become part of our Nobel Care program; you will be rewarded for being a loyal customer and we'll do our best to ensure you get all the support you need. 24/7 all year-round.

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How do I buy the South Africa - Cell phone card?

Get your NobelCom prepaid phone card in 3 simple steps:

How do I use my calling card to South Africa - Cell?

From any phone

Dial the access number; enter your PIN; enter the destination number (country code included).

View Local Access Numbers

From your smartphone

Download and install NobelApp for iOS and Android; follow the one-time setup wizard and then start calling.

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From your PC

Download and install on Windows PC, login using your NobelCom user/pass and start making calls.

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Whatever option you choose, you will always get the same low rates for your calls!

Learn more about South Africa

How to call South Africa
Currency: South African rand (ZAR)
Time Zone: UTC +02:00 - South African Standard Time
UTC +03:00 - Prince Edward Islands
Spoken Language: IsiZulu, isiXhosa, Afrikaans, Sepedi, English
Religions: Protestant, Zionist Church, Pentecostal, Methodist, Dutch Reformed, Anglican, Roman Catholic, Muslim, Christian
Ethnic groups: Black Africans, White, Indian, Asian
Top 3 cities by population: Cape Town, Durban, Johannesburg
National Holidays

January 1 - New Year's Day
March 21 - Human Rights Day
Date Varies - Easter
April 27 - Freedom Day
May 1 - Workers' Day
June 16 - Youth Day
August 9 - National Women's Day
September 24 - Heritage Day
December 16 - Day of Reconciliation
December 25 - Christmas Day
December 26 - Day of Goodwill
Natural Landmarks

Table Mountain
Robben Island
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden
Table Mountain National Park
Boulders Beach
Cape of Good Hope
Blyde River Canyon
Cape Peninsula
Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve
Swartberg Pass
uKhahlamba-Drakensberg Park
Garden Route National Park
Constantia, Cape Town
Signal Hill
Big Hole
Lion's Head
Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park
What to see

Victoria & Alfred Waterfront
Apartheid Museum
Table Mountain National Park
Cradle of Humankind
Gold Reef City
Constitution Hill, Johannesburg
Voortrekker Monument
Union Buildings
Johannesburg Zoo
Two Oceans Aquarium
Constantia, Cape Town
Moses Mabhida Stadium
National Zoological Gardens of South Africa
The Franschhoek Motor Museum
Hector Pieterson Museum
Groot Constantia
Hartbeespoort Dam
uShaka Marine World
Lesedi Cultural Village
Loftus Versfeld Stadium
Mandela House
Hartbeespoort Aerial Cableway
Bloukrans Bridge Bungy
Cape Town Stadium

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