Quick Answer: Do Phone Cards Expire?

In general, some phone cards have hard expiration dates that usually occur after the card’s first use.

Other cards have an expiration date that is a period after the card’s last use so you can continue to use and recharge the same PIN.

How long does a phone card last?

Each prepaid phone card has an expiration date printed on the front that shows how long the customer can use the card before it becomes useless. While prepaid phone cards typically last between 60-90 days, the customer will lose his/her minutes if they are not used within that time period.

Does a phone expire?

The average smartphone lasts two to three years. Toward the end of its life, a phone will start to show signs of slowing down.

Do prepaid SIM cards expire?

When you activate a prepaid subscriber identity module, or “SIM,” card for a phone, the call, text and Internet credit you purchase expires after a certain period of time, as specified by the mobile carrier. The SIM card itself never expires, as the SIM serves only to allow the handset to identify the cellular network.

Do Straight Talk phone cards expire?

Calls are billed in one-minute increments. Straight Talk’s $10 Global Calling Card expires 180 days after last use or 30 days after your Straight Talk Service is suspended.

How much does a phone card cost?

The cards usually cost between $1 and $20. You pay for a certain number of minutes. The number of minutes you get can depend on: the cost of the card.

Can I use a calling card with my cell phone?

Yes. Our calling cards work from any phone; Home, Cell Phone, Office, Dorm, Payphone, etc. No need to pay so much money to your cellular provider for making international calls, when you can use our Calling Cards with your Cellular phone.