Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) December 10, 2014
National Day celebration starts with a great offer: 15% OFF on all mobile recharges
Parades, dancing, feasting -- and sending mobile recharges are great ways to celebrate Kenya’s National Day. Parades, dancing, feasting -- everybody understands! But why international mobile top ups? Because they are the best gift Kenyans living abroad may offer their family and friends back home in Kenya on Jamhuri Day. And to make the gift even more attractive, TelephoneKenya.com offers 15% OFF on all mobile recharges sent to Kenya.
The offer is valid between December 11th and December 14th, for any mobile recharge sent to Kenya. Safaricom, Airtel, Yu, Orange top ups are available, with values ranging from $5.13 and $39.35.
3 easy steps to send prepaid credit to Kenya mobiles with 15% OFF
Customers only need a few minutes to make an international Mobile Recharge on TelephoneKenya.com. Once they open a new account, they need to select Kenya from the list, select one of the following operators: Safaricom, Airtel, Yu, Orange and enter the prepaid mobile number from Kenya. As soon as the payment is processed the amount is sent to the mobile number entered.
Another option to celebrate Jamhuri Day is calling Kenya at only 9.9¢/min
For customers that want to make another surprise to their loved ones in Kenya on National Day, TelephoneKenya.com offers a great international calling service: Voice Credit. That means they can call home for as long as they like and pay only 9.9¢/min. The rate is the same for landlines and mobiles. Even more, if customers love to call home on a regular basis, the monthly plan service helps them save money on their international calls: Kenya 500 offers 500 minutes to call any number in Kenya, for only $39.99 per month. This means monthly plan subscribers can call Kenya at only 8¢/min.
The Voice Credit service and the Monthly Plan can both be used:
- From any landline, mobile or even payphone in the world, through local or toll free access numbers.
- Calls may also be placed through the app called KeepCalling, which is not chargeable. The iOS and Android applications may be used to call without having to dial any access number, and even any phone number at all. Once logged in the app, customers can use their phone Contacts list to call.
- From any PC with Internet connection, through the Web Call app available in customers’ account.
Either for calls, or for mobile recharge, security is the keyword
Several security filters protect customers from possible frauds, making all transactions 100% safe. All major payment methods are accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and PayPal. The customer-focused approach, based on safe and easy to use services, is acknowledged by the customers’ reviews as well: “I am really glad that I found TelephoneKenya.com. I have lots and lots of friends and relatives in Africa and I am always communicating with 1 or 2 or 3 at any given time, sometimes more, text messaging, and calls too. All this communicating would have cost me a fortune so to speak if I had not found TelephoneKenya online. I have never had one problem with the service, now in my 4th year. Thanks,” (TelephoneKenya.com customer).
TelephoneKenya.com is an interactive website designed by KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in USA. KeepCalling, the company behind TelephoneKenya.com, offers other telecom solutions apart from Voice Credit: Mobile Recharge, Virtual Number, Monthly Plans, Web Call and Web SMS through various ethnic websites. Presently, KeepCalling provides its services to hundred of thousands of 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.