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Calling Cards

There are two kinds of calling cards:

  • Prepaid international calling cards
  • Corporate calling cards


Prepaid International Calling Cards can be purchased at local retailers. These cards can also be used for domestic interstate and intrastate calling. Rates depend on the card purchased.


Global calling cards are available to any member of the staff and faculty with departmental approval. Simply submit a request via e-mail to and include the following information:

  • Name of card holder
  • Department name
  • Account number
  • Hinman Box address

Calling detail can be viewed on the web.

How to Place Calls Using Corporate Cards

Domestic Calls (Including Canada, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands)

  1. Dial 1-800-578-2927
  2. At prompt dial your card number, followed by the pin number.
  3. At prompt, enter the phone number you are trying to reach

Multiple Calls

To redial or make another long distance call...

  1. Don’t Hang Up!
  2. When the party you are speaking to hangs up you will be prompted to enter another number.

International Calls

  1. Enter the access code for the country you are calling from
  2. When prompted to enter Destination number, DO NOT enter the number you are trying to reach. Instead, enter 800-578-2927
  3. At prompt dial your 14 digit card number
  4. At prompt, enter the phone number you are trying to reach
  5. Click here for International Access Codes.

Customer Service

  • Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week: 1-888-259-5096

Calling Card Security Tips

  • Always exercise care in public locations. Do not let others see you punch in your card number at a public phone.
  • Call Network Services (646-2300) to report a lost or stolen corporate calling card.
  • Never reveal your card Pin Number to anyone, even someone claiming to be a telephone company representative.

Last Updated: 11/26/12