Thursday, June 18, 2015

Pingo Pre-Paid Calling Card With Low International Call Rates Review + 5 Exclusive $4.99 Pingo Credit Codes 6/30 US

Do you use a calling card? Well, I do, specially when we call my sister and other relatives in the Philippines. The main problem I encounter with prepaid calling cards I buy in-stores is that the connection is really poor. Aside from that, a little bit of credit is deducted each day when I don't use up all the credit in one call.

When I heard about Pingo, I looked forward to how it would work. Below is a description of what Pingo is.
The first thing I noticed when I signed up to Pingo is their different plans. Depending on how frequent I use Pingo, there are different plans. Here is a sample of their different plans available and the rates per plan when calling from United States to United States:
They also have different rates to international countries and their rate to call from the U.S. to the Philippines is really competitive. Comparing the minutes I get for a $5 prepaid calling card I buy in-stores and the minutes I get from Pingo, Pingo gives me more minutes, approximately 5 minutes more, AND the best thing, the call quality is much better and clear. I can connect to my sister and relatives in the Philippines easily and I like that Pingo's credit is good for 180 days after the first use. No other fees included and no access charges.

Would you like to try Pingo for a month for just $0.01? Well, here is an exclusive code for my readers. Just enter the code dungo at the Pingo check-out and receive $4.99 off any $5 and up plan. You can get the Pingo Premium Plan (this has no monthly dues) for only $0.01! You can also combine this code with other offers from Pingo. Just visit Pingo to see the minute rate per country. Hurry because only the first 5 who uses this code at checkout will be able to redeem the code. This offer expires June 30, 2015! Hurry! :)

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received a $4.99 credit to Pingo to try their service and in the hope that I would mention it on my blog. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I tried personally and believe will be good for my readers. No other form of compensation was received. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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