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    This is a VOIP type of service where you set it up, then you can use your cell phone to call LlamaNicaragua, then dial (or speed dial) Nica phone numbers. The rates are 12.9 cents/minute for land line, and 22.9 cents/minute for cell phones.

    My wife has been using this with great success. Calls are clear and it's easy to use.

    If you decide to try it, and you input the referral code 2gfc33, she will get points that can be converted into calling credit. Thank you in advance!

    http://llamanicaragua.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonh View Post

    This is a VOIP type of service where you set it up, then you can use your cell phone to call LlamaNicaragua, then dial (or speed dial) Nica phone numbers. The rates are 12.9 cents/minute for land line, and 22.9 cents/minute for cell phones.

    My wife has been using this with great success. Calls are clear and it's easy to use.

    If you decide to try it, and you input the referral code 2gfc33, she will get points that can be converted into calling credit. Thank you in advance!

    johnh


    http://llamanicaragua.com/
    JH
    is this To, From Or both ways from NicaLand?
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    Default Re: Llama a Nicaragua

    It doesn't appear to work from Nicaragua to call outside the country, but there is a long list of countries where you can get an access number (like Argentina) and call the US for 1.9 cents/minute if I'm reading it right.

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    Default Re: Llama a Nicaragua

    Thanks Bigh Jonh! Always vigilant for ways to save . . . and women do love to talk.

    My cheapo approach: we have cell-phones on both shores, but since calls from Nicaragua to the States are only 5¢/min (or less in some places) we send a text message (Skype) to the Nica cell, asking that they call. (They'll text us when.) Then I directly reimburse their account.
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    I haven't ssen any Llamas in Nicaragua, but I have seen Pelibuey.
    Soy el chele mono.

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    Default Re: Llama a Nicaragua

    Works from Canada too.. Same 12.9 cents..

    Not as good as the 8 cents from the fixed 5/10 and 15 dollar cards I buy..

    The convenience is there though.. We'll give it a try.

    Looks like they do the c-phone charge up as well a-la Easytop

    We got Llamas up here but in petting zoo's mostly.. No Yaks either.. But with rates like this Yaking is easier..
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    Where is Yak, anyway? Is he with the alpacas?

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    Default Re: Llama a Nicaragua

    Maybe they are still partying over the Cit thing....
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