AT&T Global Calling Card
The AT&T Global calling card that can only be purchased through the military AAFES exchanges. We have a link on our web site that you can purchase directly from AAFES without needing a military I.D. The cost per minute is about 39 cents. These are regular land line phones at the AT&T call centers. These calling cards will work at most other overseas locations for all military personnel.
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List of AT&T Calling Centers Overseas
This includes all countries where AT&T has military call centers, from Afghanistan to Yemen. It also has the name of the bases in each country, what type of AT&T services are available, and sample dialing instructions.
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Recharging Calling Cards
If your Marine has a rechargeable calling card, ask for the toll free service number, account number, and PIN to call and recharge the card for him/her. Most calling cards have this information on the back of the card.
If you're having a hard time finding the right phone card to send, but want to help your Marine with the costs, volunteer to buy more minutes to re-charge his/her calling card.
When you buy a 500 minute calling card in the United States, and use it overseas, the rates will be higher overseas calling internationally, so you won't get nearly as many minutes. Don't expect 500 minutes from the calling card when calling international. Also note that rates vary from card to card, brand to brand, carrier to carrier.