"This has been a blessing to be able to keep in touch with family in South America!" KeepCalling.com customer.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) September 03, 2014
In the first six months of this year, KeepCalling.com, a website offering international calling services, analyzed its customers’ calling patterns in order to reveal which nation’s immigrants call their family and friends more often living in their homeland.
The study focused not only on the frequency of the calls, but also on how long Chinese, Hungarians, British or Mexican people stay on the phone when making an international call overseas.
Surprising or not, in the first 6 months of 2014 KeepCalling.com customers hold phone conversations that add up to nothing less than 70 years of non-stop discussions. This number basically translates into a lifetime of pleasant conversations held by people living outside their mother country with the dear ones back home.
KeepCalling.com analyzed its figures and charts and revealed the top 10 most talkative nations in the world. The top looks like this:
There are more than 7,200 miles separating China from the US. Which means more than 12 hours of flying. Isn't it easier to make a call instead? The answer offered by the Chinese people living in the US was an enthusiastic “Yes.” They frequently call China at only 1.6¢/min, so no wonder they spend so many hours on the phone.
Either they are calling to talk about Simona Halep’s tennis performance or just to find out what’s new in their home country. Romanians seem to miss their native land a lot. That’s why Romania ranks at #9 in Top 10 most talkative countries, according to KeepCalling.com charts. Calling Romania with KeepCalling.com is as low as it gets: 0.8¢/min to call landlines and 2.7¢/min to call mobiles.
The pleasure to talk seems to be a common trait in this part of Europe, since #8 is #9’s neighbor: Hungary. Do they want to cook goulash and call home to find out the recipe? Or do they just want to see what’s going on with their family and friends? We don’t know. All we know is that they like to keep a close relationship with dear ones living in Hungary. The rate for making an international call to a landline in Hungary is 1¢/min, while the rate for mobiles is 4.9¢/min.
The third European country in the top and the most talkative European nation on KeepCalling.com is Greece. The birthplace of democracy, Greece definitely has the exercise of communication. And when communication connects customers to their friends back home, the exercise lasts longer. KeepCalling.com offers all Greeks living abroad the chance to call home at only: 1.4¢/min. This way they can take conversation to a totally new level.
The talkative nations’ odyssey moves towards North America, reaching Mexico. There are so many things to talk about when you’re living abroad! And we’re not talking about economy or politics, but about the little things that bring families and friends together. no matter the distance. Mexicans know how important is to keep in touch with the people back home, so they call frequently, ranking #6 in KeepCalling.com’s top. The rate for an international call is also in their favor, as 1 minute to a landline in Mexico costs only 0.7¢/min, while calling a mobile costs 4.5¢/min.
#5: United Kingdom
Are they calling to talk about the weather? Or about Prince George? We don’t know. But they are certainly calling often in UK and talking for hours on end, which makes UK feel closer, no matter how far away they are. Why? Because international calls are a good vehicle when keeping a close relationship, despite the distance. British people living abroad can call home at only 0.7¢/min.
Nigeria proudly represents Africa in KeepCalling.com’s Top 10 most talkative nations in the world. Nigerians are well-known for their strong family bonds, which is also reflected in the number of minutes they spend on the phone, calling their loved ones back home. Nigerians can keep in touch at a special rate of 4.5¢/min when calling mobiles or 5.5¢/min for landlines.
The bronze medal is awarded to… Canada! From sea to sea, as the national anthem says, the phones keep ringing and families and friends keep talking at only 0.7¢/min. This is what brought Canada a well-deserved #3 place in the chart honoring the most talkative countries in the world.
The world's second-most populous country also ranks #2 in the most talkative nations in the world chart. They say Indians may talk about any topic under the sun. What happens when they leave their mother country and call home to see what’s new? They forget to hang up, apparently, as their long conversations brought them KeepCalling.com’s silver medal. The rate per minute to call India is also in their favor. It only costs 2¢/min to call a landline in India and 1.8¢/min to call a mobile with KeepCalling.com.
#1: United States
This may come as no surprise, but the gold medal and the prize for the most talkative country in the world goes to… the United States of America. So, congratulations, US, for proving that no distance is too great or too small, when you have so many options to call home, with KeepCalling.com, at only 1¢/min.
Besides international calls, KeepCalling.com offers different telecom solutions to immigrants' communities, helping them stay in touch with families and friends living back home in their mother country: Voice Credit, Mobile Recharges, Monthly Plans or Virtual Numbers.
The attractive rates, the frequent promotional offers, the simple ordering process, the safety of online transactions differentiate KeepCalling.com from other services on the market. What makes the service even more attractive and trustworthy are the comprehensive Help Center and the 24/7 Customer Service, available by phone, chat and email in both English and Spanish. Customers may find out the latest news and offers by subscribing to KeepCalling.com newsletter or by visiting the company’s blog: blog.keepcalling.com.
KeepCalling.com is an interactive website designed by KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in USA. Presently, KeepCalling provides its services to hundreds of thousands of consumers and businesses each month, with a focus on customer satisfaction. In 2014, Inc. Magazine listed KeepCalling as the 18th fastest growing company in the telecommunications industry in US.