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KDDI expands its new phone card services

Date Posted: 2007-03-22

Getting your hands on the new KDDI international phone cards just got easier.

The K-OK card introduced last December is moving into more stores and service locations across Okinawa. The K-OK International Prepaid Calling Card is now at all USO’s in Okinawa It is also offered at Army Air Force Exchange Service and Kadena 18th Services facilities.

KDDI is tossing in a couple bonuses during its promotion campaign now under way.

When purchasing the ¥2,000 card, a free trial card will also be given. KDDI original tee shirts will be given free to the first ten people who purchase cards at the USO on Kadena Air Base, Futenma, Hansen and Schwab.

The K-OK cards work with all DSN Access lines on Kadena Air Base, and with Class B lines on all Marine bases. There are no connection fees with the K-OK card, and prices are most competitive. Calls to the U.S. are 7 cents a minute, and calls to Thailand and the Philippines only 21.5 cents a minute from fixed phones. The cards are good for 286 minutes to the U.S. and 93 minutes to the Philippines or Thailand, the cheapest rate in Okinawa.

KDDI’s Marketing Director in Okinawa, David Yip, says “I want you to take advantage of the rates our cards provide when calling family and friends. And remember, the cards work with both home phones and cell phones.”

Cell phone rates are good too. Rates to the U.S. are 23.8 cents a minute, and 38.5 cents a minute to the Philippines and Thailand.

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