Register your phone number as ZipDial in your OneSuite account so you can skip entering your PIN when making cheap international calls with OneSuite.
If you have a U.S. or Canada phone number (or learn about registering phones for non-U.S. or -Canada phone numbers), follow these steps to register your phone:
Next, for more convenience, speed-dial your contacts by setting up:
A: If you have a non-U.S. or -Canada phone number (maximum 10 digits), here's how to register your phone:
First, verify your phone number
Next, register your phone:
For even faster international dialing, manage your contacts by setting up RapiDial Phonebook for 2-digit destination number dialing.
When you're using a public payphone, borrowing a friend's phone, or using any phone for just one-time, you can use OneSuite as a prepaid calling card.
So you won't need to register your phone number, but use PINDial (what is PINDial?) instead to make cheap international calls.
No, a touch-tone telephone is required for our system to process your calls.
No, you do not! Using OneSuite will not affect your current plan, so no need to notify or cancel your phone company or long-distance carrier.
You can find all of OneSuite's cheap low rates on our Rates Page.
Yes. The account balance and minutes remaining features can be turned off (and turned on again) as needed in the "My Info" or "Summary" sections of the "My Account" page. In My Info, click on the "Change" link under the "PIN(s)" heading, and in Summary, click on one of the Edit buttons. Once the next screen loads, you will see check-boxes for the individual audio announcements next to each PINDial or ZipDial number. Turn the announcements on or off as you wish, then click "Save."