Cheap Calls to Peru with NobelApp

Cheap Calls to Peru with NobelApp

Rates start at 1.4¢/min . Enjoy NobelApp's low rates to call Peru!

International calls made easy

NobelApp Credit


740 ¢/min


740 ¢/min

valid for 183 days

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Mustang Deal

Mobile & Landline

645 ¢/min

200 minutes valid for 30 days
Price: $ 1290

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Elephant Deal

Mobile & Landline

553 ¢/min

450 minutes valid for 30 days
Price: $ 2490

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Phone Cards

No smartphone? Phone cards work with ALL phones

Hello World 980 ¢/min
Call World 1380 ¢/min
One Second World 1680 ¢/min
Super Low Rates

Save money on international calls to Peru or any worldwide destination.

24/7 In-App Support

Use the integrated chat support to get assistance while using NobelApp.


Make international mobile recharges to more than 300 worldwide networks!

All-around Connectivity

Call Peru using the available WiFi/3G & Access Number options.


Send international text messages to Peru or anywhere in the world, at low rates!

Call History

Check your call duration and control your expenses.

Calling Peru has never been more affordable!

Whenever you need to make calls to Peru, NobelApp is the right choice for you: we offer some of the lowest rates in the world, so you can place calls to Peru for a fraction of the regular long distance costs!

Making cheap calls to Peru is now easier than ever with NobelApp.Just install Nobel's brand new calling app on smartphone to get all the benefits:low rates to any country, prepaid cell recharges in 300+ worldwide networks and 24/7 live chat support! NobelApp can be found in iPhone AppStore and Google Play. With NobelApp, you get the absolute best calling rates to Peru - starting at 1.4¢/min! You can always check rates to Peru or any other destination right from the app in Dial Pad or Settings section. Moreover, you can use your credit to recharge cell phones or send cheap SMS to Peru.

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What customers say

Learn more about Peru

Potato is originally from Peru; Guinea Pis is a traditional dish in Peru; Lima was the most powerful city si South America; The world deepest canyon in the world is Cotahuasi Canyon with 3535 meters.
Famous people:
Benjamin Bratt - actor; Ramon Catilla - president of Peru two times; Carlos Noriega - astronaut; Henry Ian Cusick - TV actor; Nathalie Kelley - actress; Natalie Vertiz - model; Ollanta Humala - current president
How to say Hello: Rimaykullayki(Quechua); Jay(Aymara)
Capital: Lima
Country code: +51
Official language(s): Spanish, Quechua, Aymara

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