How to call from Canada
International calls from Canada are basically the same as the international calls from the United States if you are using a phone card. Those phone cards have either local Canadian access numbers or toll free access and may be used from regular land lines, mobile phones, pay phones and hotels. All cards come with complete dialing instructions.
Local phone card access numbers in Canada
If you are planПing to place an international phone call from Canada, one of the things you might want to look for in a phone card is whether it has local access number in your Canadian city. The following cities and regions have local access for your Canadian phone cards: Barrie, Belleville, Calgary, Edmonton, Guelph, Halifax, Hamilton, Kingston, Kitchener, London, Montreal, Oshwa, Ottawa, Ottawahull, Quebec, Quebec City, Sherbrooke, St. Catharines, St. John’s, Toronto, Vancouver, Victoria, and Windsor, to name a few.
To find a phone card that will work from Canada. use the link and click on the corresponding Local Access links to see if you can use it without dialing the toll free access number (remember that using local access number saves you 1-2 cents/min compared to toll free access.)
Toll free access numbers in Canada
If you don’t live in one of the Canadian cities with local phone card access numbers, you can still save up to 90% on your international calls by using phone cards with toll free access. Once again, find a phone card to call from Canada and check the access numbers, virtually all phone cards have a toll free number access in addition to local access.
International calling rates from Canada
If you are in the United States and would like to purchase a phone card you could use in Canada to call back home or any other country internationally, the rates from Canada will appear in U.S. dollars. If you are in Canada, your best rates will be shown in Canadian dollars. Use the following link if you are outside of Canada and would like to see the rates in Canadian dollars .