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Does anyone on here know a lot about these or have a lot of experience using them? I have never had to use one before...

I am wanting to place a call (from a cell phone to a cell phone) to people that live in Malaysia, but are currently on vacation in Australia. If I get an International calling card, would I dial the normal number that I usually would if they were in Malaysia, or would something be different since they are currently in Australia?

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I don't know if you still need this answer. Whenever you buy any type of calling card, you can write down the CUSTOMER SERVICE number from the back of the card. To do this, you don't have to buy the card, just copy the number. Also, copy the 1-800 number which you will be using to dial out to make the actual calls to enter your pin number Remember that before buying the card you will not be able to see the PIN no. It is OK. Just call the customer service number and ask for the CONDITIONS and RULES. Sometimes they ask for that 1-800 number which you will be useing to dial out, and sometimes they don't. Very important part of your question should be "is there an extra charge to call from or to another cell phone." Most of these cards have a surcharges to call from public phones, also. Some of them do not have surcharges if you are calling out from a residential phone to a cell phone or to a public phone. It can be confusing, so I don't have a clear cut answer.
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