Next month we are planning to visit Thailand with kids. Case in point is: I will requre a full-time access telephon connection, because one of my emploee's projects is on the run and my help could be needed any moment. Last year we had a similar problem when I was on a tourist trip to France, but than it was solved with calling cards, purchased here: http://www.comfi.com/calling-cards/France.
Now, since our last trip is much longer and to Asia, not to Europe, I have doubts wether these calling cards would satisfy my needs. I don't want to end up with a huge telephone bill when I'm home. Does anybody used calling cards during their trips to Thailand\Asia? Is there some other ways to keep in constant contact without paying huge amounts of cash? Thanks in advance for any kind of suggests!
#1MikeSanto has been a member since 19/1/2014. Posts: 5
Hi busylizzy! Thank you for advice. I was planning to use skype anyway, so I guess you've just readed my mind ))
I'll share my experience here after I'll be back from my trip.
#3MikeSanto has been a member since 19/1/2014. Posts: 5
Posted by aleeza on 13/9/2014 at 01:00
Skype is good when you call skype to skype, but when you have to call to phone from abroad skype detects the country you are in and charge you an extra fee for calls from that country (fee depends, abut $15 /month). When I have to call to the phone from abroad I use CiCi mobile from http://www.ontariophonecards.ca which allows me to use call back function. Means that I can set the call from my mobile phone app and provide as a callback any local phone (hotel for example). The rate is the same as regular CiCi calling card rate.
#4aleeza has been a member since 11/9/2014. Posts: 6
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