Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) July 29, 2015
Romanians expats are well known for their close relationships with their family and friends they miss dearly when they move abroad. They even have a specific word for it, that cannot be translated in any other language: “dor”; the closest translation would be “missing someone.” That’s why SunaRomania.com launches a new service: Virtual Number. And to welcome this new service, the website also launches a special promotion: 90% OFF the first month.
The Virtual Number subscription is a service that allows all Romanian expats living abroad feel closer to home and receive calls from Romania on their own phone for only $0.99 in the first month of use.
How does the service work?
Let's say SunaRomania.com customers live in New York and they have mobiles. Their friends live in Romania and their numbers are +40 area code ones. SunaRomania.com customers need to get a Virtual Number in the area code +40, Romania, that they can forward to their New York phone number. This way, their friends don't have to pay long-distance charges when they call New York! So, virtually, it’s like living back home in Romania!
The Virtual Number service is based on a $9.99 monthly subscription which can be canceled anytime with no penalties. Once customers subscribe to a Virtual Number, they will be charged every month until they decide to cancel their subscription from the online account.
The Virtual Number was created for the benefit of people back home in Romania, but SunaRomania.com offers other services expats may use to get in touch with their loved ones: international calls (Voice Credit) and Mobile Recharge.
The Voice Credit service SunaRomania.com offers is friendly, intuitive, and works just like any other prepaid calling card, while offering all the benefits of an online service: calling history, automatic renewal, and incredibly low rates: only 1.5¢/min to call landlines and 3.9¢/min to call mobiles etc. Calls may be placed:
- 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 to call.
- From any PC with Internet connection, through the Web Call app available in customers’ accounts.
In case Romanian expats call home on a regular base, they may use the Monthly Plan product offered by SunaRomania. Monthly plans are monthly subscriptions that renew automatically once every 30 days.
Even if calls are a great way to get connected to family and friends still living in Romania, Romanians living abroad can also send international top ups, using the Mobile Recharge service. Orange, Vodafone and Telekom mobile top ups are available, with values ranging from $6.12 to $61.25.
SunaRomania.com believes that no distance is too long if people stay in touch on a regular basis. That’s why all the services the website offers make a great solution for keeping a close relationship with everyone “back home”, when living abroad. This is mainly due to:
- The customer-focused approach, based on safe and easy to use services
- The frequent special offers: bonuses or discounts on Voice Credit orders
- The great Customer Service available 24/7
- The security-focused approach, the website having implemented several security filters that protect customers from possible frauds, making all transactions 100% safe
SunaRomania.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, with a focus on customer satisfaction. KeepCalling has been listed by Inc 5000 in top 20 telecom companies in the USA for the last 4 years. In 2014 the company was designated the 18th fastest growing company in the telecommunications industry in USA with a revenue increase of over 600% from 2010 to 2013.