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Pay As You Go0 Minutes Included
$1.65 Per Minute
Basic125 Minutes Included
$1.50 Per Additional Minute
Standard450 Minutes Included
$1.30 Per Additional Minute
Business700 Minutes Included
$1.25 Per Additional Minute
Pro1,000 Minutes Included
$1.20 Per Minute
Executive2,500 Minutes Included
$0.99¢ Per Additional Minute
Enterprise5,000 Minutes Included
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$0.89¢ Per Additional Minute
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Fun Facts About Savannah, GA
In Savannah, you do not have to finish your drink at the bar. Savannah’s ordinance allows you to take a to-go cup with you within the confines of the historic district boundaries (West Boundary Street to East Broad Street and Jones Street). Ask for a to-go cup and take it along with you!
Union General Sherman burned Atlanta to the ground during his infamous southbound march in the Civil War. When he arrived in Savannah, the city’s beauty inspired him to spare it. Instead of destroying Savannah like he did Atlanta, Sherman sent a telegraph of Savannah, with its neat squares and lush greenery, to President Lincoln offering the city to him as a Christmas present. And what a gift Savannah still is!
This cherished landmark is known for its prominent role as a safe house for slaves and African Americans throughout history. First African Baptist Church served as a stop on the Underground Railroad, and you can still see the holes in the floorboards that were used to ventilate the concealed spaces through which slaves traveled.
World-renowned American novelist Flannery O’Connor grew up in Savannah, and her childhood home still stands today at 207 East Charlton Street. As a young girl, O’Connor helped her family raise chickens, and she taught one of them how to walk backward!
Area Codes: 912
Zip Codes: 31302, 31322, 31401, 31402, 31403, 31404, 31405, 31406, 31407, 31408, 31409, 31412, 31414, 31415, 31416, 31419, 31420
Nearby Cities: Garden City, GA; Pooler, GA; Rincon, GA; Hinesville, GA; Statesboro, GA; Jesup, GA; Saint Simons, GA; Brunswick, GA