Support Tsukuba International School and Save Money!
There are 2 big reasons why TIS would like you to consider using T1 international and domestic long distance, direct dial services.
1. You can make up to 80% MORE SAVINGS when you use T1 to call internationally or domestically compared to NTT, KDD, etc. and get the exact same high quality connections. (Don't worry! T1 is not an IP or callback service.)
2. You can support TIS by designating TIS on the T-1 application form provided below (i.e. A generous percentage of your monthly telephone usage will be donated directly back to TIS). Instead of spending big bucks (or rather yen) for ads which only help magazines and newspaper owners, T1 Communications has created a program that allows community service organizations like TIS to help themselves. (Isn't this the way it should be?)
While you, our TIS supporters, save more using their excellent services, "we" as a group can automatically generate a significant and very generous residual donation that will help TIS provide a better international school for the children here in the community.
T1 registration is FREE. They don't have any monthly charges or additional charges. You can also dial NATIONWIDE in Japan any time of day for only 7 yen per minute! If you're calling Hokkaido or Kyushu on a weekday, that's a huge savings. Their international rates are ROCK-BOTTOM. 15 yen per minute to the United States or Canada 24hr x 7 x 365, and they have 24hr on-line consolidated billing details and call records you can access for FREE.
Use the TIS APPLICATION FORM to support our school. TIS will get a list of names of those of you who have registered with T1 to support TIS, so we'll surely be thanking you again in another letter soon.
Chairperson, Board of Advisors, TIS
Information about the Tsukuba International School can be found on\\ http://www.tsukubainternationalschool.org.
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