A tip for people traveling to the US

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This topic contains 5 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Legroomneeded 19 May 2010
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    narihari
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    A tip for people who might be going to the US on a business trip and want to call India..I just got back from the US and i realised that one of the issues someone new faces is that of calling back home. I also faced this issue and tried 3-4 service providers but was not satisfied with call quality. Finally I ended up using PCO4NRI for the last month of my stay and I was pretty satisfied with it. Good call quality and cheap rates (2cents/min). So if anybody is going to the US and wants to call India, I would suggest this is one of the options you can look at.


    VintageKrug
    Participant

    Or skype. Which is free.


    Legroomneeded
    Participant

    PCO4NRI ? are you in some way associated with this NariHari? its just that the NRI part isnt really too dissimilar to your own initials.
    I will stick to Skype which is indeed free . 😉


    narihari
    Participant

    Hehe..no..its just that i happened to use it 🙂 I could not carry my laptop everywhere so i had to use a phone card


    Legroomneeded
    Participant

    ha ok i believe you i thought it was a ploy to gain extra business , Skype is actually available on the I phone now , i have it on my phone actually , i don’t know what phone you have but this could be an option for you, the downside of course is the roaming charges if not directly using WIFI , Its an App you see.

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