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Monday, November 02, 2009

Going International

I have been thinking about our youngest and our grand babies a lot lately and I feel so sorry for her. Our oldest daughter has been in touch with her on a regular basis and she was told that our son in law will be going to Afghanistan for his tour of duty, after he is done with school.

I can imagine our youngest would love to talk to her husband regularly, but placing a call through her phone company might cost an arm and a leg. Calling Cards have toll-free access and several cards don't have connection, service or maintenance fees either.

It would be wise for her to look in to phone cards which make international calling a lot easier and less expensive. She could find 200 different phone cards of high quality, low rates and with lots of practical features on one website. Many cards even have local access and all cards have toll-free access. Every penny she can save is one!

Like I already mentioned, using prepaid phone Cards is easy and in case she would need help or has questions, customer service is more then happy to answer them and offer help from 9:00 AM to 1:00 AM ET via phone, email and also live chat.

I wish I could let her know this. Maybe we will use our oldest as a mediator; she may be able get it across to her. :-)


Blogger audrey` said...

May our good Lord protect him and his young family when he's posted overseas. May His Blood shield the whole family. May His Love, Grace, Mercy and Peace envelope them everyday. We pray this in the mighty name of Jesus! Amen!

November 05, 2009 6:42 AM  
Blogger Corry said...

Thank you Lieve Zus. We appreciate it and pray with you.

God's Grace.

November 05, 2009 8:32 PM  

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