LoyaltyTel Coupon Code

26 August 2010


If you make quite a lot of long distance calls, there are a number of services that offer less expensive calling plans, LoyaltyTel being one such company. They've given the Moosers an exclusive coupon code for a discount on their calling plans! Here are the details:

Click here to use the LoyaltyTel coupon code online

  • Coupon Code: MOOSE
  • Discount: Up to 40% off calling plans
  • Expires: 1st October 2010

Moosclusive pricing:

  • LoyaltyTel Individual Plan: $8.95 per month (Save 10% off retail pricing)
  • Add 2nd & 3rd plan for extra $5.95 per month (Save up to 30% off retail pricing)
  • Add 4th plan for an extra $2.95 per month (Save up to 40% off retail pricing)

First of all, the individual plan costs $8.95 per month, which is a dollar discount on the regular price. This plan gets you unlimited calls in the US and Canada and can be used from either your mobile phone or your home line. But if you have a few phones in your family, you could double it up and save extra. For example, my partner and I each have a mobile (as would be common in this day and age!) so we would be more likely to go for the double bundle.

When we previously posted a LoyaltyTel coupon code, Bargainmooser Steven offered this opinion of the service:

This is quite a deal! Yak Long Distance (yak.ca) charges $15.95/mo. for the same stand-alone unlimited long distance in North America, and until now, that was the cheapest I could find.

Thanks for the opinion Steven!


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  • Steven
    Thanks for quoting me Anna! I thought I should just add one more comment about my further investigation in LoyaltyTel service.... I wrote to LoyaltyTel to find out if 1+ dialling was available if Shaw Cable were my local telco. provider. It turns out LoyaltyTel CANNOT offer 1+ dialling through Shaw Digital phone service. The only option in this case, is to first dial a local access number, and then dial the long-distance number you wish to reach. In my area, the nearest local access number is actually a long-distance number, so it completely defeats the purpose! So, just a word to the wise -- check on this before you sign up for service. Otherwise, I still maintain that the pricing is unbeatable, apart from lesser quality VOIP services such as Skype. Cheers!
  • Katie
    I recently signed up for the unlimited home and cell phone plans. Now all my long distance is covered for less than $15 per month. You've got to be kidding me! So far, my experience has been very good. I'm with Rogers and had no problems getting switched over to Loyaltytel. I wondered if there would be any extra digits to dial but there are none. I just make my call like I usually do. I agree with Steven.....you can't beat the value.

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