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The cheapest way  to call someone abroad is – and this is really cheap - to use a pre-paid calling card and call from a land line anywhere (also from your hotel room). Pre-paid calling cards are sold in many shops and kiosks in Mykonos Town. The calling card is not much more than a phone number and a pin code, which you dial prior to dialing the usual phone number. If you want to call internationally , ask for a  ''international'' calling card.  For one euro you can call for about 45 minutes, so buy a card in the cheapest value (which is about 3 euros).  Calling someone for half an hour  is cheaper than sending one email from an internet café. Cards expire usually 90 days after first use.
 
The cheapest way  to call someone abroad is – and this is really cheap - to use a pre-paid calling card and call from a land line anywhere (also from your hotel room). Pre-paid calling cards are sold in many shops and kiosks in Mykonos Town. The calling card is not much more than a phone number and a pin code, which you dial prior to dialing the usual phone number. If you want to call internationally , ask for a  ''international'' calling card.  For one euro you can call for about 45 minutes, so buy a card in the cheapest value (which is about 3 euros).  Calling someone for half an hour  is cheaper than sending one email from an internet café. Cards expire usually 90 days after first use.
 
You can use this pre-paid calling card also at public phone boxes, which are widely available in Mykonos Town, though there are a lot of broken phone boxes as well.
 
You can use this pre-paid calling card also at public phone boxes, which are widely available in Mykonos Town, though there are a lot of broken phone boxes as well.
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* <listing name="Angelo's Internet Cafe" alt="" directions="on the road between the southern bus station and the windmills " address="Mykonos Town" phone="+30 22890 24106" email="[email protected]" fax="" url="" hours="" price="€ 1 per 15 minutes">Mykonos' most popular internet cafe.</listing>
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* <listing name="Net+Plus Internet Cafe" alt="" directions="" address="Enoplon Dynameon Street, Mykonos Town" phone="+30 22890 28617" email="" fax="" url="" hours="" price=""></listing>
  
 
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