Users dial their personal Calling Card number and then enter their friend's international number.
What does CCN stand for?
CCN stands for Calling Card Number
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 314 other meanings of CCN in our Acronym Attic
- Counter-Counter Measures Verification
- Cowpea Chlorotic Mottle Virus
- Contra Costa Mosquito and Vector Control District (Concord, CA)
- Canadian Contemporary Music Workshop (est. 1983)
- Canadian Council of Muslim Women
- Cobb County-Marietta Water Authority (Georgia)
- Churches Committee on Migrant Workers in Europe
- Cable Condition Monitoring Working Group
- Carthage-Colton Mylonite Zone (geology; Adirondacks; New York)
- Cable Communication Nagaragawa (Gifu, Japan)
- Campus Christian Network (various universities; Ghana)
- Canadian Cohousing Network
- Canadian Corporate News
- Canoë Club Normand (French: Normandy Canoe Club; Normandy, France)
- Capitale Circolante Netto (Italian: Net Working Capital)
- Capstone College of Nursing (University of Alabama)
- Cardiac Care Network
- Career Center Network (San Diego)
- Career Counseling Network (various schools)
- Caribbean Communications Network
Samples in periodicals archive:
Shoulder surfing occurs when a thief watches you from a nearby location as you enter a credit card number, PIN, or telephone calling card number.
With My Remote, our customers will no longer have to memorize calling card numbers, risk using work phones for long distance calls or pay the outrageous international long distance rates that normally apply to cell phones.
1) Doucette's unauthorized access codes(2) included credit card numbers from Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover Card; telephone calling card numbers from AT&T, MCI, Sprint, and ITT; private branch exchange (PBX) long-distance access codes(3); and computer passwords.
Never reveal your credit card, ATM or calling card numbers (or PIN numbers) to anyone.
If someone calls you at home posing as a telephone representative and asks for your calling-card-number to check on unauthorized charges billed to your account, or tells you that your calling card number has been deactivated in error and you must "verify" the number so it can be re-instated, don't be fooled.
They don't need a computer, a credit card or even a calling card number.
Verizon today warned Maine consumers about a scam designed to trick them into giving out personal information such as their credit card or telephone calling card numbers.