Something peculiar about my calling card company

I've had an account with G3 Telecom for a number of years already, and just noticed something that seems a little odd with their rates on the prepaid plan. It seems that it would be cheaper for me to phone the Netherlands, Australia, Israel, or any one of a number of other countries than to phone the United States. (The situation is reversed, though, on their prepaid auto plan).


Not sure where you're seeing that. Both prepaid auto and prepaid appear to be more expensive to those countries than United States.

Well, on the prepaid plan to reach the US is 4.9 cents/minute. The Netherlands, Australia, and Israel are among a list of 30+ countries reachable at 3.9 cents/minute.

Ah ok I see now. Strange indeed.