I used Lebara before and they will work in Ireland, the problem is that it is a UK company and using it outside UK (even Ireland) is roaming, so a 0.06p per minute call from UK to US will cost ú1.99 from Ireland which is crazy (and ú0.07 for incoming calls).
I'll have to check this, but if this is a calling card, you still need to dial to an access number while in Ireland, don't you? Which SIM will you use for that?
Its not a calling card,it is an application and you can download it from playstore.
Here is the link for the app.
You'll find all the info how to use it,etc.
I use it with my EE pay monthly sim(it comes with unlimited calls to 01,02,03 and mobile numbers)
Thanks hunhool. I am still not following this. If I visit UK/Ireland with a U.S. phone, I still need some kind of a cell service or data access in order to use this, am I not?
I am looking for a solution for non-UK/non-Ireland resident visiting from abroad, to call back to the U.S. How could I possibly call any access number if I don't have a local sim/service, or internet connection?
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