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Yet another cell phone/phone card question

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Friends will be traveling in Germany and Portugal. Their daughter will be in Europe at the same time, but traveling separately. The DD has a "traveling" cell phone that will work in all the countries she'll be in (she got it from ekit), and has free incoming calls. My friends' home cell phone is with AT&T. Is there a phone card she can get that will allow her to use her AT&T cell phone while in Europe to call her daughter's cell phone more cheaply than paying AT&T's international roaming rates?

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