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Say Bye To Calling Cards

First you have to go to a store to buy a paper phone card, dial a local access number, type in your pin code and then long international number. Then you never know how many minutes actually you get ...

First you have to go to a store to buy a paper phone card, dial a local access number, type in your pin code and then long international number. Then you never know how many minutes actually you get for you $5 paper card.

A couple of days ago my friend told me about T-Tag - a new international calling service. He was so excited about the ease of use of T-Tag that I've decided to give it a try, especially that they were giving away free $2 credit to try and I didn't have to enter any payment information.

What T-Tag does is that it assigns a local phone number (T-Tag) to your international phone number so that instead of dialling an access number and pin you dial the local phone number and your call is instantly connected to the destination. No more access number, pin codes or even mobile applications to install. It conveniently works from any phone mobile or landline and you can dial any international phone number just like dialling your next door neighbour. You can create around 50 T-Tags for all of your international contacts, save their new local phone numbers to your mobile phone and forget about buying a calling card again. It's completely free and what you have to do is just buy calling credit.

So, I got to T-Tags website at, and first checked the rates. Calls to Ethiopia were rated at 18.9 /min and I was getting 10 minutes talktime for my $2 + 1 min Bonus. I decided to see how it works and make a call with T-Tag to my sister Makeda who lives in Addis-Ababa. I entered my mobile phone number and Makeda's mobile number (+251911654128) that I call a couple of times per week. I clicked Try Now and they showed me a Toronto phone number (647) 476-4455 and asked me to dial it if I want to speak to Makeda. It was hard to believe, but to my surprise when I dialled (647) 476-4455 from my mobile I have heard Makeda voice! Wow! The experience was amazing! So, I clicked next and created more T-Tag for my mother, brother Hakim and 5 of my friends who live in Germany, Italy and Ethiopia.

I clicked next and T-Tag told me I can also add my family phone numbers to share my account. That was convenient! Now, I don't have to worry my wife hunting me for the calling card PIN code every time she needs to make a call to her mom. So, I added her mobile phone number, and then my home landline as well. I finished creating my T-Tag account by entering my name and email address and shortly I received a welcome message with my account password by SMS.

When I logged into my account, I saw $2 credit as promised and I didn't even enter any credit card information. I noticed T-Tag has a referral program and that I'll get $10 free credit for every friend I bring to T-Tag. I thought it won't hurt my friends to get a free $2 to call their families so I clicked the Refer Tab and shared my personal referral link on my Facebook account. It looked like everyone gets a personal referral link on T-Tag and when my friends click on this link T-Tag knows that it's you that referred them and credits your account with $10 when they try and purchase credit.

I also noticed that my T-Tag Bonus account has some credit on it. When I clicked the Bonus Tab I saw that I got some Bonus Talktime credit for the call I made to Makeda. How amazing - every time I call someone, I receive Talktime Bonus that I can redeem for calling credit!

T-Tag is a prepaid service. It's like buying the same calling card, but you don't need run to the store. If you run out of credit, your calls won't go through. Buy credit, use it and then buy again. No contracts, no monthly billsFind Article, no hidden or surprise fees.

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I like calling with T-Tag and don't buy calling cards now. What about you? The $2 promotion is still on, so hurry up to to get your piece of happiness.

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