Category Archives: Calling Cards


Gifts Ideas For Travelers

The holidays are filled with seeing your loved ones, consuming large amounts of food, and celebrating life. In the midst of all this, it is easy to get stressed out about all the preparation and planning that comes with this … Continue reading

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Things To Do Before Travelling Internationally

In order to have a successful, stress free trip when you travel internationally, you must plan ahead. If you are like me, or most people I know, it is easy to procrastinate and push things back to the last minute. … Continue reading

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Traveling For Cheap!

For a lot of people, May marks the month in which they graduate, either from high school or college. For many young people, a way to mark the start of their new life is to travel for a few weeks … Continue reading

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Cinco de Mayo Celebrations

For Mexico and the United States, next Monday is the annual celebration of Cinco de Mayo (the fifth of May). Cinco de Mayo is celebrated in honor of the Battle of Puebla, which took place on May 5, 1862, when … Continue reading

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Columbus Day Sale!

Take advantage of our Columbus Day Sale and enjoy 10% off all mobile app and calling card purchases/refills. Sale valid October 9 – October 16.

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New to Russia: Krispy Kreme

Americans know the delight of Krispy Kreme donuts – the sweet treats are quite popular in the States. However, Russian citizens likely have not had the chance to try the confections unless they visited the U.S. – until now. According … Continue reading

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Americans, Mexicans celebrate ‘El Grito’

September 16 is a very important holiday for Mexican citizens and people with Mexican roots. Mexico Independence Day celebrations are held on what’s known as “El Grito,” which translates to “The Scream.” This year was the 203rd anniversary of the … Continue reading

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