View Full Version : $.029/min calling card. No fees, No minimum.
I've been using these guys for about a month now. The calls are clear, and the service is good. I get a busy signal every once and a while but usually can get right through after another try. There is no catch. Just 2.9 cents a minute 24/7 anywhere in the U.S.A. They also have good rates internationally.
04-09-2001, 02:22 AM
2.9cents is pretty good. But I've seen better international rates at:
And you can buy the card with your credit card, and they'll send you the pin # immediately.
04-09-2001, 04:09 PM
Thanks for posting this deal..beats bigzoo's 3.9 cent a minute. Clark Howard's website also mentions this company and that's good enough for me. :)
04-09-2001, 05:10 PM
Reading the fine print seems to make this a very good deal.
You can set it up so it recognizes the phone you are calling from and then you don't have to enter a PIN number. This way you can put the 800 access number on speed dial and just dial the number you want
Also, they have that message center with voice mail to email and fax to email for $1/month (or waived with $20 if LD calls)
04-09-2001, 05:40 PM
I just signed up and bought $10 worth of phone time, hooray. so for $10 i got 345 minutes of time. darn good deal, compared with Ohio University's 10 cents/min plan. i can't use my OU account anyways because the bill is past due hehe.
Anyways, the only thing i would look out for with this deal is that the minutes are only good for 6 months. so be careful if you're going for the big $40 deal.
04-10-2001, 09:18 AM
I checked out both your sites for phone cards.
I've been using http://www.phonecards-prepaid.com
for a long time and will continue to do so.
Only draw back with phone cards is that the
dorm phone system registers as a payphone.
I thought they'd get this fixed but they haven't
yet. This is a local problem and not something
wrong with the phone cards. I let my girlfriend
call me, as it saves on the payphone usage. =)
My favorite one is the Penny Master!
Get yourself 1951 minutes from a $20 card.
Read the fine print and enjoy.
04-10-2001, 10:57 AM
Here is another simililar service, I have no idea how these compare, just that I have been using it for a few months (since the frosty game)and I like it and find their connections clear, http://www.pincity.com/
04-10-2001, 11:51 AM
I've been using onesuite for a few months now, very happy with the service.
Don't have any first hand experience with the others, so I can't compare.
I'm still using them and love it. No problems so far!
I have been using them for over a month as well. Very happy with the service. Recommended it to many friends and they are happy as well.
05-03-2001, 10:36 AM
Are these calls routed through fiberoptic or Internet?
05-03-2001, 11:35 AM
With fiber-optic and broadband technology connecting your calls, you get the same quality and reliability of the "big three" long distance carriers-AT&T, MCI, and Sprint-at a fraction of the price. (In fact, we actually use one of them to connect your calls-more on that below.)
So I guess that makes the answer "both"
05-03-2001, 12:47 PM
Been using onesuite for about 3 months. Very happy with 'em. Make lots of calls, get a busy signal about 1 in 20.
I use onlinechoice.com as my designated ld carrier for backup. 4.7 cents, no fees, no monthly.
05-03-2001, 01:42 PM
Unfortunately, OnlineChoice is closing its doors April 30th, 2001. We will no longer be taking orders through our web site or toll-free number.
Itís been our pleasure serving you in the past and we would like to thank you for your patronage.
All orders submitted as of April 30th, 2001 will be processed and sent on to our suppliers.
If you have a supplier question or need to change your service, please click here for a supplier contact list. Please note that all our suppliers will honor any special rates that OnlineChoice had negotiated on your behalf.
05-04-2001, 12:14 PM
Well I am in love with onesuite. Connection is a lot better than the other one I was using, plus I love the idea of calling into a long distance carrier without typing in a pin.
Thanks for the post!
-converted onesuite user...
05-04-2001, 06:47 PM
I used to get 1c/min long distance so 2.9c is a fortune!!
I have begun using them (loaded $20 so I get the free message center, but I am sure I will use $50+ per month)
I set the access # on speed dial so I just press a button and it connects and then set "Zip Dial" so it reads my number off the ANI and I don't have to enter a pin. This way, I just speed dial, wait for a prompt and dial normally.
Quality is 100%.
Only problem is that it started charging me for unconnected calls. I used their "Live Person" thing to complain and they immediately refunded AND put something on my account so I never had this problem again (and it worked!)
Just sucks that they are only available 9-5 PDT M-F.
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