(PRWEB UK) 15 August 2013
The article, Expats Become More Social Media Savvy, published 30th July in Arab News, takes a look at how the technology has helped foreigners living in Saudi Arabia. Home to a large number of expatriates, the article explains how tools such as Facebook, Twitter and Skype have enabled people to stay in touch with their loved ones. Detailing a case study of Riffat Ayesha, who discovered social media when her daughters left to pursue higher education, the mother of 3 claims that “If it was not for Skype, I would be very lonely. It also helps me stay connected with my relatives around the world.”
Helping families, expats, backpackers, travellers and students moving overseas since 1959, Interdean provides a complete range of services designed to help customers settle into their new destinations with ease. Familiar with the challenges many expats face when starting a new life in a different country, a representative from the company reflects on the benefits of social media.
“The use of Facebook and Skype allows people to keep in touch with friends and families in a much more cost convenient way than through mobile phones and landlines. It can also be of extreme value to those at home who may feel left behind. Picture sharing platforms such as Instagram are also popular and can help to make the transition easier.”
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