Hello middle East Prepaid Card

Monday 13 August 2007 @ 10:15 pm

hello middle east
HELLO middleEast Phonecard Highlight
 

 

  • 24 Hours Flat Rates
  • No connection fee
  • Cheap calling card to middle East countries.
Bonus -
Connection Fee no connection Fee
Customer Service 1300 652 184
Available from local phone card retailer shop around Australia or can be purchased online from Hello middle east phone card
Ranking (7 votes, average: 3.57 out of 5)




Hot Phone card

Monday 13 August 2007 @ 10:06 pm
   
hot phonecard
HOT Phonecard  Highlight

  • 24 Hours Flat Rates.
  • No connection fee
  • $0.029 cents per minute – India
Bonus -
Connection Fee no connection Fee
Customer Service 1300 661 752
Rates Effective Rates correct as June, 2007
Hot Phone card Terms and Conditions
  • Calls made from mobile phones may be charged by the mobile phone carrier.
  • Local call charges apply when using local access numbers.
  • Calls made from mobile phones may be charged by the mobile phone carrier.
  • All calls with first 10 seconds free then billed initially at 18 seconds, then all subsequent periods of 10 minutes.
  • Call charges rounded up to the nearest cent
  • Calling card Rates are subject to change without notice.
  • Not responsible for lost, stolen and unauthorized use. No cash refunds. Terms and conditions apply.
  • Rates show in $AUS per minute based on local access dialing.
  • Local calls timed & charged per minute.
  • Calls to Satellite mobiles, mobiles & special number are charged at higher rates.A service fee of twenty cents debited every day following first use.
  • Calls originating from mobile phones may be charged by the mobile phone carrier.
  • All rates GST inclusive
Available from  local phonecard retailer shop around Australia or can be purchased online from Hot phone card
Ranking (4 votes, average: 2.00 out of 5)




Thailand Voice Phone Card

Sunday 5 August 2007 @ 8:31 pm
thailand voice card
Thailand Voice calling card Highlight
 

 

  • 24 Hours Flat Rates.
  • No connection fee
  • Cheap Calling card to Thailand
Bonus -
Connection Fee no connection Fee
Customer Service 1300 736 900
Available from local retailer shop around Australia or can be purchased online from Cheap phone card
Ranking (12 votes, average: 2.58 out of 5)




Hello Asia Callingcard

Friday 27 July 2007 @ 2:03 am
   


helloasia card
HelloAsia calling card  Highlight

  • 24 Hours Flat Rates. No connection fee

  • 588 min. – Japan
  • 91min – Japan-mobile
  • 1218 min – Singapore

Bonus -
Connection Fee no connection Fee
Customer Service 1300 731 046
Rates Effective Rates correct as April, 2007
TIME Phone card Terms and Conditions
  • All rates GST inclusive.
  • Terms and conditions apply.
  • Phonecard expires 3 months from 1st use.
  • Local call charge apply from above local access numbers. (STD charges may apply if access to the local numbers from regions other than above capital cities. Mobile phone service providers charge mobile rates to access these services).
  • Calling cards Rates may be higher for calls to mobile in some regions and countries.
  • Call durations are shown on one full use of a $10 phonecard.
  • Phone card rates do not apply to calls to satellite & operator assisted calls.
  • phonecard rates shown in $AUS per minute.
  • Call charged in increment blocks.
Available from  local retailer shop around Australia or can be purchased online from Hello Asia phone card
Ranking
(10 votes, average: 2.30 out of 5)




Telpacific Issue 25 million Shares to raise $5 million

Sunday 1 July 2007 @ 2:55 pm
Telpacific starts to sell 25,000,000  shares at $0.20 each to raise $5 million representing 23 percent of total equity. The remaining 77 percent will be retained by the current shareholders.

Tel.Pacific was founded in 1996 and was until recently both an ISP and a calling cards company. However earlier this year it completed the sale of its ISP business to gNode Networks (As part of the agreement gNode has retained the rights to the name and use of the domain name for a period of 12 months: so www.telpacific.com.au appears to visitors to be one entity selling both Internet access and phone cards.

Tel.Pacific COO Barry Chan said, with about 40,000 was not sufficiently large to compete with the major players so the company had decided to focus on its card business where it is number two or three. For its card business the company in the 2007 financial year (to end 30 June 2007), the company is forecasting revenues of $36.3 million and $3.9 million of EBITDA.Of the funds raised in the IPO, the company intends to use the majority ($3.25 million) for acquisitions. Tel.Pacific says that, “As the cost to entry into this market is relatively low, some smaller players have entered the market and established well in the ethnic markets. These players tend to focus their market in specific communities and use their specific networks to build distribution and sales.” $750,000 is allocated for marketing and development and $500,000 to open a New Zealand office.

According to its prospectus, “With an estimated market size of $230 million in Australia, the callingcards market has become highly competitive over recent years. A number of large and small industry participants have diversified into different ethnic and demographic niche markets. Competition driven innovation seen in the telecommunications industry as a whole has filtered down to the calling cards market. Demand has moved away from commodity-based telecommunications towards applications-based products, providing a strong market for prepaid calling card.”

Tel.Pacific’s focus (and that of most of its competitors) is remote stored value (RSV) cards that allow callers to make calls up to the value of the card by dialing a local call access number, or a 1800 number, and entering a PIN number. The value of this card is maintained in the network of the provider, rather than on the card as in the case of  payphone cards like Telstra’s.

According to Paul Budde Communication, the payphone card has seen a significant decline with revenue per annum in Australia dropping from $70 million to $20 million dollars from the late 1990s to mid 2000.

There are approximately 20 service providers in the RSV calling card market and,  according to Paul Budde Communication (quoted in the Tel.Pacific prospectus) the key players in order of importance, are: • Telstra (which owns approximately 95 percent of the payphone card market and approximately 20 percent of the RSV card market); • gotalk (Telecorp); • Hello (Tel.Pacific); and • World Telecom.

Tel.Pacific says it expects to sell 667 million call minutes during the 2007 financial year. Its IPO opens on 4 June 2007 and closes on 29 June 2007.

The Offer is expected to raise $5 million through the issue of 25 million Shares at $0.20 per Share. The proceeds of the Offer will be used to fund the acquisition of other businesses which complement the Company’s current operations, to expand the Company’s business into New Zealand, for marketing and development of the Company’s recently launched Recharge Central website and to pay the expenses of the Offer.





FastWorld Phone Card

Wednesday 27 June 2007 @ 11:02 pm

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FastWorld , one of the best phonecards on the market for calling from foreign countries to the United States, as well as between foreign countries. It boasts the lowest long-distance calling rates for calls all around the world! This Phonecard has a list of Global Toll Free Access Numbers and a list of Local Access Numbers for particular cities in many countries. FastWorld is a Permanent PIN calling card with a handy Refill feature and a PIN Free Access option. And there are no connection or maintenance fees!

· No Connection Fee
· Maintenance Fee – No
· Rounding – 1 minute
· Toll Free Access Numbers – Yes (86 countries)
· Local Access Numbers – Yes (21 countries)
· Service Taxes & Surcharges – 15%
· Pay Phone Charge – 99c
· Validity period – Unlimited (*)
· Prompt Languages – English 

(*)Card expires if no refill within 9 months.

Connection Fee  No Connection Fee
FastWorld Callingcard dialing Instruction 1. Dial Access Number in your country:
– USA Continental: 1-800-367-9241
– From mobile or landline with free long-distance: 213-226-8436
– USA Alaska: 1-866-301-5944
– USA Hawaii: 1-800-822-10472. Enter your PIN number and wait for the prompt. 

3. Dial your destination number and press the pound (#) key for better connection.
– For International Calls: 011 + Country Code + City Code + Phone Number + #
– For calls to/within the US and Canada: 1 + Area Code + Phone Number + #

• If no connection is established in 30 seconds:
Press star, star, pound, zero (**#0) and the number will automatically redial.
 

Ranking   (22 votes, average: 3.55 out of 5)




Golden Lotus PhoneCard

Tuesday 8 May 2007 @ 3:37 pm
Golden Lotus phonecard
Golden Lotus  calling card  Highlight

Golden Lotus phone card is the best card for calling to India and other countries in South Asia. This card also lets you call around the globe and to make domestic calls within U.S. and Canada! Use Toll Free Numbers or Local Access Numbers in the USA, Canada and many other countries. It couldn’t be easier! And you’ll never pay a connection fee. Golden Lotus is a refillable card with PIN-less dialing, Speed Dial and Online Call History access.

· No Connection Fee
· Maintenance Fee – 99c/weekly
· Rounding – 3 minutes
· Toll Free Access Numbers – Yes
· Local Access Numbers – Yes
· Service Taxes & Surcharges – 25%
· Pay Phone Charge – 99c
· Validity period – Unlimited (*)
· Prompt Languages – English
Card expires if no refill within 3 months

Connection Fee  No Connection Fee
Golden Lotus dialing Instruction 1. Dial Access Number and wait for the prompt.
– US/Canada: 1-800-209-4537

2. Enter your PIN number and wait for the prompt.

3. Dial your destination number and press the pound (#) key for better connection.
– For International Calls: 011 + Country Code + City Code + Phone Number + #
– For calls to/within the US and Canada: 1 + Area Code + Phone Number + #

• If no connection is established within 20 seconds, please hang up and try again.
 

Ranking   (26 votes, average: 3.42 out of 5)




Time Phone card

Wednesday 4 April 2007 @ 9:30 pm
 

Time phone card
TIME callingcard  Highlight

  • 24 Hours Flat Rates.
  • 0.8c per min – France
  • 0.9c per min. – Italy, Netherlands, Spain, Sweden
  • 0.3c per min. – Canada
  • 0.6c per min. – UK
  • 1.2c per min. – Denmark, Greece-Athens
  • 1.4c per min. – Switzerland
  • 1.5c per min.- Austria, Belgium, Hungary-Budapest
  • No connection fee for calling above countries
Bonus Purchase $30 callingcard and receive 5% Extra Free Bonus credits
Connection Fee Some countries with No connection fee and Some countries with one-off connection fee surcharge
Customer Service 1300 736 900
Rates Effective Rates correct as March, 2007
TIME Phone card Terms and Conditions
  • Phonecard Rates show in $AUS per minute.
  • Local call charge apply to above local access numbers. (Local call or mobile phone charge may applies).
  • Time callingcard will expire three months after first use.
  • Calls timed and charged in five minutes blocks.
  • A small fee will apply to operator connected calls.
  • Phone card Rates are subject to change without notice.
  • All rates are GST inclusive. Service fee applies.
  • Calls originating from mobile phones may be charged by the mobile phone carrier.
  • Full Terms and conditions information please contact 1300 736 900.
Available from  local retailer shop around Australia or can be purchased online from TIME phone card
Ranking (2 votes, average: 3.50 out of 5)




Ezy2call Phone Cards

Friday 16 March 2007 @ 10:22 pm
ezy2call phonecard
Ezy 2 Call Highlight
  • 6.7 cents per minute – India
  • 1.9 cents per minute South Korea
Bonus Purchase $30 & $50 card and receive 10% Bonus credits
Connection Fee No connection fee
Customer Service 1300 794 379 (Office Hours: Monday-Friday, 10am-5pm)
Rates Effective Rates correct as March, 2007
Ezy2Call Terms and Conditions
  • Local call charge apply with calling the Another India calling card access number (Local call or mobile phone charge may applies).
  • 50c/week service fee is applied .
  • Callingcards  rates do not apply to calls to satellite and operator assisted calls.
  • All calls are rounding by 1minutes.
  • Higher rates may apply calling international mobile phone in some countries.
  • Rates are subject to change without notice.
  • Not responsible for lost, stolen and unauthorized use. No cash refunds. other terms and conditions apply.
  • Ezy2call Calling card Rates show in $AUS per minute.
  • All Phone cards rates are GST included.
  • Ezy2call Prepaid Card expires 4 months from first initial use.
Available from  your local retailer around Australia or can be purchase online from Ezy2Call phone card
Ranking (8 votes, average: 3.63 out of 5)




Buy Australia Phone Cards Online

Wednesday 7 March 2007 @ 9:27 pm

Another Australian prepaid phone card website just launched a couple months ago “www.PhoneCard.com.au”, which offer rewards point program to its loyal customer.  You can redeem the points with  a lot of attractive prizes such as prepaid phone card, prepaid mobile voucher, Mp3 Player, and other gadgets is coming soon. They also sell the prepaid mobile recharge voucher to the australian market such as optus recharge, vodafone recharge, etc. A lot variety of phonecards are available and they keep adding the phone cards there. So instead of buying phone card from newsagent or retail shop, you can buy online 24 hrs a day from phonecard.com.au website , earn points for your purchase, and can redeem for great prizes.

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