You can pay by CashU Pre-paid card. There are 3 steps in the process:-
STEP1 - Buy CashU Card
You can buy using CashU pre-paid cards from many shops. To find your nearest CashU reseller, click the link below and then select Country and then the City. You will see a list of resellers and shops. You can contact them to buy CashU Pre-paid Cards.https://www.cashu.com/site/findResellersInfo
The following CashU Pre-paid cards are available
CashU 500 ($10) cardThe Reseller will charge a little extra for the cards and you can pay in your local cash currency (e.g. SAR or KWD etc).
CashU 1500 ($30) card
CashU 2500 ($50) card
CashU 5000 ($100) card
For $20 you can buy two CashU 500 cards.
STEP2 - Add CashU Funds to your CashU Account
After buying the Card, you can create a simple CashU ‘Payment Account’ by registering on the CashU website. Then Add Funds to it by entering the coupon code on the pre-paid card.
STEP3 - Buy Tpad Credit using your CashU Account & Password
Then, on the Tpad ‘Buy Credit’ page in Manage Accounts, select CashU, then the amount, and then enter your CashU account number and CashU password to make the payment to Tpad.
To do this login to Manage Account:-
You will need your Tpad number and password .Then click Buy Credit and then click CashU button. Then select amount and on next page enter your CashU Account Number and password to pay.
No. Tpad credit does not expire. So you can purchase a large amount and use it for several months.
With Tpad, you get a lower rate to Pakistan if you purchase in larger amounts. The lowest rate of 3 cents per minute (11 Halala/minute) for landline calls is only when you purchase $100. For mobile calls, the lowest rate is 4.9 cents per minute. For purchases of lower amounts the rates are higher. Many customers purchase a large amount e.g. $30 to $100 and then use it for several months because Tpad Credit does not expire. This way they get a lower rate. The lowest rate is equivalent of ‘up to 320 minutes for $10’; but you have to purchase $100 of credit and use it over several months.
Most people use Tpad service with a headset attached to a PC that has broadband/ADSL or via a Mobile Phone (e.g. Nokia) with SIP settings. They use it to make calls to normal phones and mobiles and need to buy credit to do this.
You are limited to just 2 Tpad numbers per person.
You can forward your calls to any mobile or normal phone using the Call Forwarding option. You can set this within Manage Accounts menu.
You can request for it to be resent to you at the entry screen to the Manage Account menu. Click ‘Forgot Password’ and enter your Tpad Number and original email address. Your password will be emailed to you.
You can do this via the link at the bottom of the Account Information page within Mange Accounts menu
You enter 00 then country code e.g. 44 for UK and then the full number (without any zero) E.g. 00441282123456
This is normally limited and shown on the purchase credit screen and may vary depending several factors. For many users maximum single purchase is $110 and limited to $140 in previous 30 days.
Rates to special country will be as per the special country rates and may also depend on the amount of credit purchased. The rates for rest of the countries are as per the rates page. Calls are charged at per minute rates and there is a connection charge for each call. Thus if you make a call of 9 minutes 30 seconds at 6 cents per minute, it will be billed as a 10 minutes, and you will be charged 67 cents assuming a 7 cents connection charge.
Send us an email via the ‘Contact Us’ form. Sometimes due to credit control reasons payment is taken but not added to account until it has been checked by our accounts staff. Normally it is added within one working day. Contact email@example.com with any receipts and details of transaction.
These are used in two ways:-
Many countries do not officially allow connection of normal lines to the Internet and thus DID/Break-IN numbers are only possible in some countries.
See the Top Technical Questions, the Sound setup Guide or the Call Quality Guide in the Softphone section.