PLEASE NOTE: PMC Worldwide has gone out-of-business. We
no longer offer PMC long distance calling cards. However, we are happy to announce that you
can select from a number of prepaid and post-paid calling cards to find the card right for
your calling habits at Timberwolf
Telecom. In most cases you should find that the rates on these cards are significantly
better than the rates that PMC offered, so they are a much better value. In some cases
your PIN can be delivered by e-mail as well so you can begin using your new card sooner.
Please let us know what you think of the new calling card you select by dropping us an
e-mail at email@example.com.
PS: We are keeping the old information on PMC Worldwide on
this site for comparative purposes. All content about PMC will carry these notices so that
all visitors are aware of the changes. For your communications needs (long distance, calling
cards, wireless phones, pagers, home security, computer hardware and software, Internet
access services (dial-up and DSL), domain name registration, web hosting, and satellite
television) please visit Timberwolf Telecom.
Since PMC Worldwide is no longer in business (see notices above), we are no longer filling requests for
their long distance calling card. We now offer a number of both prepaid and post-paid calling card
options from a variety of companies at Timberwolf Telecom.
However, if you'd like to communicate with us about any long distance or calling card issues, please fill out
and submit the form below. Feel free to refer friends, relatives, and associates to
Timberwolf Telecom and if you'd like to explore the option of
starting your own communications services business, check out the
Timberwolf Telecom Affiliate program.
For more details on the benefits of long distance calling cards, click here.
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