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Cheap International Calling Cards - Best value of your money!

Richard Gere
 


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Some years back, in the seventies and eighties or even nighties, making an international calls is very costly. It is almost impossible to do cheap phone calls to distant places in Asia, Europe or places in the African continents like Nigeria, Ethopia etc. But the boom in the telecoms industry has changed the face of entire telecommunication system. Now, calls are made not only via land line but also via mobiles, and the high-end technology has made the calling easy and cheaper.

Today, calling via mobile to African countries is more economical when compared to the traditional exchange networks of land line technology, picking up inhibitory costs along the way. Since calling via basic phone is costly in these countries many people prefer to use Africa calling cards.

Mobile technology has become big business in poor countries of Africa. Corporate who do business mostly have to remain in touch with their clients via phone. Thus they cannot afford to make costly calls from their landlines. They buy these cheap phone cards from a third party for their business need. Hence the market of African calling cards is flourishing and there are thousands of companies engaged in this business.

These companies offers cheap mobile calling cards to specific African countries for a very low price. These cards are bought for individual countries at a different calling rates as per the requirement. Most of them even has websites where they offer cards cheaper than can be found with group plans. Since many of countries in Africa are poor with people have no access to a cell phone, these type of cheap mobile phone cards is widely used. The inherent of modern technology made the mobile communications cheaper and more efficient, even in countries where technology has taken a back seat for some years.

The low call charges from mobile results in rise in number of cell phone users around the world and the cut-throat competition has increased this rate incredibly. Hence, the days are not far when places in Nigeria, Ethopia will be within easy calling charges not only via mobile but also by land line. Thus in coming years this will improve the trade and coordination among countries thousand miles apart.

Mobile phone service is gaining popularity day by day in poor and backward countries of Africa. Within few years lakh of people have subscribed to wireless service that made the continent the second largest telecom market in the world, after Asia. Use these international calling cards and enjoy with those your close ones and the worry of paying huge bills on land line will now disappear.

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