For international travelers to Malaysia, this will work perfect for you. If you want to call or sms home cheap from Malaysia, try this out, iTalkWhoa.com. iTalkWhoa offers greater saving in making calls and SMS to international and domestic destinations. Just simply register online at iTalkwhoa.com and to use the services of iTalkWhoa, you have to purchase iTalk credit (prepaid cards) through iTalk dealers’ nationwide, selected petrol stations, iTalk kiosk and many other iTalk outlets nationwide.
The Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur
Well, I know it’s troublesome to look for the iTalk cards so why do need to take the trouble to go out and find for one when you can purchase it online? Pay with Paypal (isn’t it simple), VISA or Mastercard, and for Malaysians, you can can purchase using Maybank, Alliance Bank, Ambank, EON Bank, RHB Bank, Web Cash, Mobile Money, CIMB Bank and other listed banks accounts in the portal.iTalk credit can be purchase by 4 denomination that are RM10, RM20, RM30 and RM50.
A traveler chatting with the front desk for International calls
I had problems getting a SIM card in Argentina based on my own experience. It took the phone dealer from Claro at least 20 min to understand “prepaid card” in English. And the joke was, there wasn’t any credit came with the pre paid card. Trust me, it’s not worth the hassle and not worth the money for overpaying your phone bills in the hotels.
I was spotted using iTalkWhoa at the recent Malaysian Media Awards 2010
Just register at iTalkWhoa.com and start calling home or SMS back cheaper and conveniently. I hope this travel tips in Malaysia can help international and local travelers to save more money for the good food in Malaysia.