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This is the place to visit for assistance with national and international phone calls. Additionally, you can make collect calls (for a fee). Other services include AT&T direct and Sprint services. If you do not feel able to tackle the public telephone system on your own, the helpful staff here will make sure that you get your telephone call through. The firm's convenient location also makes it worthwhile to stop by if you are in San Jose.
If you are British and are planning to spend some time in Costa Rica, you should note contact information for your embassy, so if anything goes wrong you will know were to turn. It is very unlikely that anything will happen to you, personally, but there is never a guarantee that travelers will not lose their passports in one way or another, and should that happen, the very next thing you must do, after notifying the police, is arrange emergency documentation. Helpful general advice to British travelers is available here as well.
Canadians traveling in Costa Rica should take note of the address and contact details, just in case. Should anything go wrong during your visit, including the loss or theft of a passport, contact your embassy. Make a report here as well as with the police, and arrange for emergency documentation. The staff can also answer questions on health issues, security, travel, Canadian investments and policies in Costa Rica. Those planning a long-term stay should register their details here as well.
If you, find yourself in any trouble in Costa Rica, make your way to your embassy. It is especially important to report the loss or theft of a passport. Advice is also available on questions such as health, including information regarding medication needed in certain areas, security, travel and the policy of your country in Costa Rica. Long term residents should register their details with the embassy for security and contact purposes.