Re: [76attendees] International phone cards?

Paul Hoffman <paul.hoffman@vpnc.org> Thu, 05 November 2009 01:38 UTC

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At 4:49 PM -0800 11/4/09, Gen Kanai wrote:
>I have never used one myself (I have a Vonage box that I use in Tokyo to have a 212-area code number in Japan) but Brastel is widely used for overseas calling from Japan.
>
>http://www.brastel.com/top/general.html
>
>You can get this card or others like it at any convenience store in Japan.

Yeeps, that's twice as much as my nobelcom.com card!

And, yes, I will consider Skype, but I have had bad luck with it in the past. Glad to hear that many people are doing better with it these days.

--Paul Hoffman, Director
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