The city that you will be using your prepaid phone card from. If your city is not listed, choose a city where local calls can be made to for free from your phone. Your confirmation e-mail will contain all city access numbers, allowing you to use your phone card from different locations. *toll-free numbers typically incur an extra per-minute fee.
The nearest city to where you plan on dialing. Choosing the closest city will ensure that you receive an accurate per minute prepaid phone card rate.
Calling card users can send long distance faxes with calling cards
to save money. To send a long distance fax using a prepaid phone card,
follow these steps.
Use a Calling Card with Fax Machines
1. Dial the
calling card access number with your FAX or a nearby phone connected to the same
line as the fax machine.
2. Enter your PIN
3. Enter the
destination fax number (i.e. 1-750-293-5467)
4. Listen for fax
5. Press 'Send' or 'Start' on your fax
Note, when using a calling card, your fax confirmation page will
likely contain the calling card number as the destination number for the fax as
most fax machines do not support a large number of digits in this input
Calling Card Number in your Fax: Setting up a dialing sequence with
pauses Most fax machines allow for a dialing sequence including
'pause' breaks to be stored in the fax machine's address book. This is
ideal for storing the calling card access number and PIN for quick use. In
order to program your fax, follow the same steps as listed in one of our most
popular articles: Programming
Calling Cards into your Cellular Phone.
Saving the Calling Card Number in your
Fax: Setting up a dialing sequence without pauses If your
fax machine does not allow for pause dialing we suggest that you store the
calling card access number in one address book entry, and the PIN in
another. To dial out, first activate the address book entry with the
access number. Once this first sequence has finished dialing, press the
second address book entry representing the PIN number.