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    Whether your family and friends live in Montreal, Quebec, Toronto, Vectone offers cheap calls to Canada from Denmark mobiles and the cheapest international call rates. It’s time to save with our Free SIM card for Canada.
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Calling Canada from the Denmark

We want to make national calls and international calls cheaper. We want to give our customers reduced cost calls to Canada and many other countries round the globe. Just imagine being able to call Canada for just 0.01 a minute!


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Our headquarters are in London and we have been working in the telecoms industry for over 15 years. Today, we help people across Europe make cheaper calls.
Here at Vectone we’re constantly innovating and trying our hardest to bring you the best products and services at amazing prices.

Canada calling plans

The history of telecoms in Canada dates back to the Province of Canada. While the first telegraph company was the Toronto, Hamilton and Niagara Electro-Magnetic Telegraph Company, founded in 1846, it was the Montreal Telegraph Company, controlled by Hugh Allan and founded a year later that dominated in Canada during the technology's early years.
Following the 1852 Telegraph Act, Canada's first permanent transatlantic telegraph link was a submarine cable built in 1866 between Ireland and Newfoundland. Telegrams were sent through networks built by some of the early telecoms companies.