Working out which Prepaid Calling Card to buy can be confusing. There are over 70 different cards on the market in Spain, and the tariffs and conditions are complicated. Retail sellers of cards generally don't understand the differences and will sell you whatever they have in stock, which may occasionally include cards from unreliable providers.
In addition, some cards are not very good value for money or have high connection and/or maintenance charges that quickly use up your money. So much choice can mean a bit of trial and error to find the right card.
The best selection of Cards at Just Landed
Just Landed analysed all of the available cards to help take the guesswork out of choosing the best ones. We decided on our selection of cards so that our members could trust in the following:
They come from a reliable provider
The calling rates are competitive in the market to over 200 countries worldwide
The selection offers different types of cards so each member can choose the card that fits their needs based on calling destination and usage
When choosing a card, you should take into account:
The country/ies you will be calling - look at the different tariffs
The length of the calls - some cards have a small connection charge which is a disadvantage if you make lots of short calls
How much you call: (i) some cards have a daily maintenance charge, which obviously matters less if you use the card quickly, and (ii) all cards have an expiration date, so they will be valid for a number of days from the first call; this typically varies from 30-90 days.
We hope the information we have gathered here about each of the cards will make your decision easier. This might sound a little complicated at first, but even if you choose the wrong card the first time you will probably cut your costs by 50%! Find out about different cards here.
The number one selling card in Spain offering high minutes to all destinations.