Prepaid calling cards online shop. PIN instantly. Best long distance rates!
Phone Cards PC to PHONE WEB CALL CELL PREPAID All Calling Cards Help My Account

Phone cards / Algeria
With our calling cards you can make a cheap long distance call to Algeria.
Call to Algeria just for $0.143
Low phone cards rates to Algeria and everywhere else
Telephone rates are valid 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
conventional long form: People's Democratic Republic of Algeria
conventional short form: Algeria
local short form: Al Jaza'ir
local long form: Al Jumhuriyah al Jaza'iriyah ad Dimuqratiyah ash Sha'biyah
Prepaid Calling Cards / Algeria

Cardinal calling cardWith the Cardinal calling card, you get excellent quality of service and the best rates for many destinations using Local Access Numbers. The Cardinal card can now be used with a local access number from many cities around the US. Master Cent calling cardThe Master Cent phone card is a Permanent PIN card that provides the convenience of both PIN Free Access and the handy Refill option. You get low calling rates to many countries with high quality connections, Online Call History access, as well as Local and Toll Free Access numbers. And you can save even more by using the Local Access Numbers from your cell phone. You'll feel in charge with Master Cent! Royal Call calling cardRoyal Call phone card is a Permanent PIN card with Refill feature, and No Expiration Date! The card provides lowest long distance calling rates from Canada to many countries with high connection quality, and it can be used from USA.

Algeria Phone Cards

Code of Algeria +213

You can make cheap long distance call to Algeria or any other country using our prepaid phone cards at extremely low rates.
Flag of Algeria

Rates to Algeria:

Phone cards to Algeria

Australia - 7.9
Canada - 6.2
France - 7.9
Germany - 7.9
India - 50.0
Mexico - 6.5
Norway - 7.9
UK - 6.5
USA - 5.4
USA - Mobile - 5.4

Rates from Algeria:

Phone cards from Algeria

Location: Algeria

28 00 N, 3 00 E

Northern Africa, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Morocco and Tunisia

Main City Codes:

All points two-digit city (willaya) code + 6 digits.

Adrar 49, Ain Defla 27, Ain Temouchent 43, Alger 21, Annaba 38, Bechar 49, Batna 33, Bejaia 34, Biskra 33, Blida 25, Bordj Bou Arreridj 35, Bouira 26, Boumerdes 24, Chlef 27, Constantine 31, Djelfa 27, El Bayadh 49, El Oued 32, El Tarf 38, Ghardaia 29, Guelma 37, Illizi 29, Jijel 34, Khenchela 32, Laghouat 29, Msila 35, Mascara 45, Medea 25, Mila 31, Mostaganem 45, Naama 49, Oran 41, Ouargla 29, Oum El Bouaghi 32, Relizane 46, Saida 48, Setif 36, Sidi Bel Abbes 48, Skikda 38, Souk Ahras 37, Tamenrasset 29, Tebessa 37, Tiaret 46, Tindouf 49, Tipaza 24, Tissemsilt 46, Tizi Ouzou 26, Tlemcen 43

Cellular Phone Codes:

Mobile Phones 61

Communications: Algeria

Prepaid phone cards to Tunisia Prepaid phone cards to Libya Prepaid phone cards to Niger Prepaid phone cards to Mali Prepaid phone cards to Mauritania Prepaid phone cards to Morocco Prepaid phone cards to Spain Prepaid phone cards to Portugal Prepaid phone cards to Italy Map of Algeria
Telephones - main lines in use:
3 million
Telephones - mobile cellular:
33,500 (1999)
Telephone system:
general assessment: a weak network of fixed-main lines, which remains low at less than 10 telephones per 100 persons, is partially offset by the rapid increase in mobile cellular subscribership; in 2007, combined fixed-line and mobile telephone density surpassed 90 telephones per 100 persons
domestic: privatization of Algeria's telecommunications sector began in 2000; three mobile cellular licenses have been issued and, in 2005, a consortium led by Egypt's Orascom Telecom won a 15-year license to build and operate a fixed-line network in Algeria; the license will allow Orascom to develop high-speed data and other specialized services and contribute to meeting the large unfulfilled demand for basic residential telephony; Internet broadband services began in 2003 with approximately 200,000 subscribers in 2006
international: country code - 213; landing point for the SEA-ME-WE-4 fiber-optic submarine cable system that provides links to Europe, the Middle East, and Asia; microwave radio relay to Italy, France, Spain, Morocco, and Tunisia; coaxial cable to Morocco and Tunisia; participant in Medarabtel; satellite earth stations - 51 (Intelsat, Intersputnik, and Arabsat)
Radio broadcast stations:
AM 25, FM 1, shortwave 8
Television broadcast stations:
46 (plus 216 repeaters)
Internet country code:
Internet Service Providers (ISPs):
2 (2000)
Internet hosts:
477 (2008)
Internet users:
3.5 million (2007)

© 2008 Prepaid Calling Cards. Algeria Phone Cards.