Wednesday, September 10 2008 @ 08:53 PM MSD
|Prepaid phone cards are actually an easy find. But at times, you purchase the wrong cards or you buy something which isn't worth the money spent. One mistake in the purchase could lead to disappointment and could make you spend money on something that isn't worth it.|
For this reason, you have to be guided with the basics of prepaid phone card buying. Although these are very simple steps, they greatly guide the novice and even the veteran card buyers.
Here are the three quick and easy steps you have to follow in prepaid phone card buying:
Step No. 1 – Take A Pick
There are several choices of prepaid phone cards. You can use them as replacement for coins and you can also use them for some other important purpose such as sending fax messages or connecting to the net. Your need is actually the basis of your purchase. If you have to call overseas, then you choose which among the many brands of prepaid phone cards you need. Since the cards are categorized depending on their purposes, you wouldn't have a hard time picking which one you need.
Aside from the use, you have to choose a prepaid phone card depending on its brand. Since there are several brands sold today, you have to carefully choose which one offers premium quality.
In buying prepaid phone cards, you also have to choose where to buy them. You can either purchase them over the internet or buy them from local stores.
Step No. 2 – Payment
The next step is the payment of prepaid phone cards. If you buy them over local stores, then the payment method would most likely be on a cash basis. But if you purchase them from the web, you have to decide on the method of payment carefully. Among the many options of payments are: checks, credit cards, money telegram, paypal, and many more. You just have to assure privacy in the payment method to guarantee safe transactions.
Step No. 3 – Getting Your PIN
The last step in the purchase is getting the PIN numbers. Since the cards would only activate when the PIN number is entered, you definitely have to get it form your supplier. Online sellers usually hand out the PINS after the transaction is confirmed. You have to keep the PIN numbers confidential so nobody can hack this important information.
For re-loadable prepaid phone cards, you have to keep the PIN numbers for quite a long time. Since you'll need them for a couple of times, it would be wise keeping them in privacy.
Vanessa Arellano Doctor