Nigerian expats are invited to leave a comment on TelephoneNigeria.com Facebook community page and get the chance to win calling minutes to Nigeria and elsewhere.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) December 20, 2016
TelephoneNigeria.com, the service addressing Nigerians overseas, has a new offer for everyone willing to win calling balance to Nigeria by simply leaving a comment on TelephoneNigeria.com Facebook page. The Facebook contest will be running between December 20-21, 2016. The prize consists of $10 Voice Credit balance that can be used for more than 100 international minutes to call Nigeria for free. The minutes never expire and can also be used to call other destinations too, as listed on: https://telephonenigeria.com/buy/voice
The Facebook community page for the Nigerian expats, called TelephoneNigeria.com, launches a funny contest that will bring someone $10 Voice Credit for international calls to Nigeria and other destinations. The credit never expires and can be used whenever needed. The only condition to enter the contest is to leave a comment between December 21-22, 2016, on the Elfs-Wanted post on TelephoneNigeria.com Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/TelephoneNigeria/
This is part of a campaign called “Santa’s Official Partner”. The association has some truth in it despite the nice title. The services offered by TelephoneNigeria.com to Nigerians away from home resemble to Santa’s gifts. On the other hand, Santa is the season traveler who needs exactly what TelephoneNigeria.com offers: international calls, and online mobile credit transfer, even from one country to another, in seconds.
The winning balance of $10 can be used as any Voice Credit balance on TelephoneNigeria.com, in 3 different ways:
-Calls from any phone, through the use of local access numbers
-Calls from KeepCalling smartphone for iOS and Android devices
-Calls from any laptop or other computer, using the Web Call application for desktop, which is available in one’s account on TelephoneNigeria.com
The rate to call Nigeria using TelephoneNigeria.com’s calling service is 9.9 cents/minute, even if the call is an international one. This is thanks to the fact that the service is a VoIP one that cuts off costs that exist in calling cards, for example.
The lowest rate to call Nigeria, though, is 8 cents/minute. This is available with the Monthly Plan called Nigeria 300. It includes 300 minutes to both mobiles and landlines for $23.99 per month or the equivalent in other currencies.
Calling balance with TelephoneNigeria.com (Voice Credit) or Mobile Recharge on the website can be purchased with any major card or Paypal, no matter the currency of the bank account.
If someone is interested in sending mobile credit to mobiles in Nigeria, besides calling the relatives and friends there, Mobile Recharge is the service that facilitates that. Anyone can top up a number belonging to someone in Nigeria, whether a friend or a family member: https://telephonenigeria.com/buy/mobile_recharge
The networks in Nigeria open to receive credit from abroad with TelephoneNigeria.com are: MTN, Airtel, Glo, Etisalat, Visafone.
TelephoneNigeria.com account comprises a set of free features:
-Speed Dial and PINless dialing makes the international calls resemble a local call in terms of dialing experience.
-Thank You points are offered on every purchase and can be later converted into Voice Credit for free calls.
-Lowest rates on the market for calls to both mobiles and landlines.
-KeepCalling app for Android, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
-24/7 human Customer Support for any explanation or question.
-Online Help Center with Frequently Asked Questions.
-Online 30 day call history and account transactions available non-stop.
-Calling is also possible using access numbers that require no Internet connection.
-More than 1 expat service available in one’s account.
-International Mobile Recharges are instant and easy.
-PayPal is accepted besides all major credit and debit cards.
-Payment is accepted in any currency.
-Transactions are 100% secure. The service is “Verified & Certified”
-Anyone can earn credit while recommending the service to other fellow expats.
TelephoneNigeria.com is an interactive website designed by KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in USA, that has launched the First International Homesickness Day in history. Presently, KeepCalling provides its services to hundreds of thousands of consumers and businesses, with a focus on customer satisfaction. KeepCalling was listed by Inc 5000 as one of the fastest growing companies in the USA for 5 consecutive years.
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