50% extra free credit is now offered for international top ups to Viva Dominican Republic on LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) May 22, 2014
LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com is offering Dominicans worldwide the opportunity to send extra credit to Viva mobiles in their native country in less than 1 minute. Until June 15th, international top ups to Viva Dominican Republic get 50% Bonus.
The offer available on LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com comes as a loyalty bonus for mobile recharge customers willing to send a gift in Dominican Republic, as well as for the receivers there, who get 50% extra recharge along with the actual amount.
The bonus applies to all recharges, no matter their value. The extra credit received as a bonus is valid for one day calls in Viva network, and the condition to receive it is to be a subscriber of a Viva prepaid plan, according to the Terms and Conditions of the promotion listed on LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com.
With the current promotion on LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com, the Viva mobile number recharged in Dominican Republic gets 50% free extra credit according to the value of the amount sent as mobile recharge. For example, if customers recharge RD$500, the beneficiaries of the top up will receive a bonus of RD$250 extra credit, meaning RD$750.
If customers want to benefit from the bonus more than once, they can do that by making as many recharges as they want during the validity period of the promotion. The bonus will be sent whenever customers make a new recharge.
International mobile recharge on LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com comes with a list of advantages. The credit transfer applies in real time, the transaction is 100% secure, all major payment methods are accepted, and the payment can be made in several currencies: USD, EUR, CAD, AUD, and GBP.
Also, the status of the purchase is available in the account at any time. On top of that, customers may be assisted anytime by phone, chat or email by a courteous Customer Service and also benefit from the precious information they might need.
In order to enter the promotion, one needs to hold a free account on LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com, which takes just a few minutes to create. If account holders subscribe to the Newsletter on LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com when opening the account, they will receive updates and promotions by email. One customer says, "It's was fast and easy. I would recommend this to all my friends that
have loved ones in Dominican Republic."
Besides Mobile Recharge, LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com also offers Voice Credit, an international service which allows anyone in the world to call or send SMS to Dominican Republic at low rates. For example, one can call landlines in Dominican Republic at only 2.5¢/min and mobiles at 8.9¢/min, while the cost of an SMS is 7¢. The Voice Credit service is available from landlines, mobiles, computers, or smartphones (through the free app for iOS and Android called KeepCalling).
Another service offered by LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com is Virtual Number, through which customers can get an unlimited number of calls for a very low monthly fee. The advantage is that anyone calling the customers’ Virtual Number will only pay the regular rate of a local call.
What clearly differentiates LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com from other services is not only the continuous development to satisfy its customers, but equally the low prices offered, the daily promotions, the simplified online recharge process, and the fast and safe credit transfer.
LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com is an interactive website designed by KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in USA. KeepCalling, the company behind LlamaRepublicaDominicana.com, offers other telecom solutions apart from Mobile Recharge: Voice Credit, Virtual Number, Monthly Plans, Web Call, and Web SMS through various ethnic websites. Presently, KeepCalling provides its services to over 200,000 consumers and businesses, with a focus on customer satisfaction. In 2013, Inc Magazine listed KeepCalling as the 16th fastest growing company in the telecommunications industry.