From a pay phone (or from a non-registered for the program phone - even overseas) the program works as described in the previous answer, with a
2. After about a second you hear a ``bong". Now you enter your calling card number, that will be given to you once the program is active
6. Treat the calling card number as a credit card
number. Be especially careful at crowded places (i.e. airports, markets, etc.) It would be helpful to try to memorize at least a portion of your calling card number.
7. Effective January 1, 1998 the
Federal Communication Commission approved new law that in effect adds $0.30 to your bill every time you use a U.S. pay phone to call a toll-free number. So when you call the special toll-free number to use the
service from a pay-phone, you may expect to see an extra $0.30 added to your bill. These $0.30 go for compensating the payphone owner and are a government imposed tax, that we have to collect.