Perhaps you've fumbled with bewildering instructions on a foreign phone or accidentally run up a $500 phone bill with a few innocent calls home from a hotel in Europe.
If not, you don’t have to learn the hard way that you could easily use OneSuite as an international phone card to make cheap calls while on the road.
I recently made a trip to Philippines, in an “old-school” way, meaning I managed to travel without a smartphone.
How did it go? I’ve probably made this trip more complicated than it needed to be without bringing a smartphone. I was not able to get maps and got frustratingly lost in the middle of nowhere; not able to check metro timetables or how long it would take for the next bus to come. But luckily I was still able to use OneSuite Callback to call home from my friend’s place!
In case you don’t know yet, there are two ways to trigger a callback. Besides using OneSuite VoIP App, you could also trigger a callback from OneSuite website by logging into your account. So here’s how I did it:
Want to stay connected without going broke this travel season? No matter where you go, with or without Internet, OneSuite offers unbeatable low rates and worldwide coverage for you to reach friends, family and colleagues.
All OneSuite users can use the following methods to make call worldwide, subscription-free. SuiteAdvantage subscribers will also be able to receive FREE calls and voicemail worldwide on their SuiteAdvantage phone number, using the OneSuite VoIP app or computer softphone!
Everyone knows how expensive international roaming of North American wireless services can be, even when you’re just receiving calls or listening to voice mail overseas. For example, if you’re traveling to China, instead of getting charged around $2.00 per minute when you receive a roaming call, you will only pay $0.022 when your U.S. cell phone number is forwarded to a China local SIM using OneSuite Forwarding. That’s a 90% saving on international roaming!
Her kids may have flown the nest, and her friends may have jetted off, but now you can give mom back her social circle with OneSuite’s new app. See how Amy did it for her mom:
Amy has shown her mom how to enjoy cheap international calling with just one touch, by setting up a new OneSuite account for her as a Mother’s Day gift this year.
She downloaded the OneSuite Mobile Dialer app to mom’s smartphone, so mom can make international calls to her sister in Paris with OneSuite, directly from her phonebook contacts (here’s how for iPhone, Android or BlackBerry).
No outrageous charges from her mobile carrier, no PIN, or even Wi-Fi or data plan needed. Mom’s happy!
Enjoy an ocean of savings this travel season with OneSuite’s adjusted international access rates, and save up to 90% compared to traditional wireless international roaming services. OneSuite is tailored to your on-the-go lifestyle: without commitments, monthly charges or roaming plans! And we are proud that our low n’ cool rates stand out against the heat of competition:
LOL! Gotta applaud the video creator’s sense of humor, but I also empathize for his international roaming horror. I’m sure that’s not the first horror story you’ve heard about international roaming bills either!
A recent study shows that email users are now making fewer long-distance phone calls since they’ve gone online. But for travelers like me, calling home is a must whenever I’m on a trip. Yes email comes in handy but there’s nothing like hearing my wife’s voice when I’m jetlagged and wide awake 3AM in the morning.
One way of perking up your work day is having a good cup of coffee. Our office used to order large canisters of coffee grounds from office supply stores, and the receptionist would make a fresh pot of coffee everyday. But it seemed like no one appreciated it and still strolled down the street to Starbucks™ and spent $3.00 for their daily doses. Most of the time, they’d ask a couple of co-workers to go along. By the time they got back it’s at least 20 minutes later, some may come back with various snacks from Famima!!™, some may come back with a new pair of shoes or a new gossip topic. It became more than an issue with coffee taste but productivity issue with management.