Setup Autorecharge for Your Calling Card.
Never run out of minutes.
You Have Total Control... Your specific auto-recharge settings tell our secure system how much money you want to have automatically added to your calling card PIN when its balance falls below $5. Quickly and easily manage auto-recharge settings for any/all of your calling cards directly from our website. An email is sent to you each time an auto-recharge occurs. You can even setup an email reminder.
TIP: Most of our calling cards are rechargeable.
- Automatically add minutes to your calling card
- Easily manage your preferences
- Never run out of minutes
How to Setup & Edit Your Auto-recharge Settings (Not Logged In)
How to Setup & Edit Your Auto-recharge Settings (Logged In)
Keep the same PIN! To add more minutes to your PIN, click the Recharge button for any card. You will be taken to the Recharge page where you will be able to enter your PIN number and select the amount of money you want to add to it.
Never run out of minutes! Auto-recharge is a free option that automatically recharges your calling card when your balance falls below $5. You decide how much money to add and you can terminate your auto-recharge options at any time from the My Account page on this website.
You will be given the option to enable auto-recharge settings when you add time to your PIN (see above).
• What is Auto-recharge?
The Auto-recharge option allows you to schedule an automatic calling card recharge and/or receive an email reminder when your calling card balance falls below $5.
• Is Auto-recharge safe?
Yes. Trasnactional information is encrypted, then sent and received securely and safely via industry standard Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology.
• What if I do not want to use Auto-recharge?
You do not need to schedule an Auto-recharge at any time. Auto-recharge is merely a convenient option allowing you to schedule an automatic calling card recharge and/or receive an email reminder when your calling card balance falls below $5.
• What is a reference transaction?
A reference transaction allows a new payment transaction to be created and processed based upon a customer's previous credit card or PayPal transaction. The best example of a reference transaction type is the recurring payment. For example, many people allow their cable company, cell phone company or, utility company to automatically charge their credit card every month for services rendered.