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NEX (AT&T) Introduces New Virtual Phone Card


06/03/2009

The Navy Exchange (NEX) Service Command along with its vendor partner AT&T, is offering a new virtual worldwide prepaid phone card. The virtual phone card lets a Sailor to call from anywhere in the U.S. and to and from 200 countries around the world. However, these cards cannot be used to aboard U.S. Navy or Coast Guard ships.

AT&T worldwide virtual prepaid phone cards are a great addition to the services NEX offers, said Jennie Zack, telecommunications program manager, Navy Exchange Service Command. Our customers can now purchase a personal identification number (PIN) online no matter where duty calls.

Sailors can purchase a card at navy-nex.com. After logging on, Sailors can select the virtual phone card button on the left-hand side. Once shopping privileges are validated, Sailors can select the on-line shopping mall. From there, click the AT&T button to be taken to the AT&T secure Web site to purchase either a $10 or $20 AT&T worldwide phone card PIN. Once purchased, the virtual cards PIN and toll-free dial number will be delivered on-line.

To make a call, call the toll-free dial number of the Virtual AT&T Worldwide PrePaid Card, enter the Personal Identification Number (PIN), and dial the number of the person receiving the call.

The virtual prepaid card has other benefits including the fact that the minutes never expire, there are no monthly or hidden fees and the virtual card is easily recharged online. Payment can be made using the Military Star card, MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover Network and Diners Club cards.



 

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