Subject: Re: Calling Cards
Tiffany (and other Ziners),

The cards at Sam's Club can be great abroad. They're a bit odd, though: sometimes when I would call, it would say I had the same number of minutes as it would have said domestically. Occasionally, though, it would tell me that number divided by 10, which I assume was what it was supposed to use up in Europe. But I found that if I just hung up and tried again, it would revert back to the domestic minutes. (The number it actually used on the call depended on which number it told me I had left at the beginning of the call.)

I hope that makes sense. We found it was cheaper than any other calling card, though it did take the occasional finagling.

Sally Rome, GA