How Are Colombian Fathers Really Like: The Answer Is Offered by Customers

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One of the many summer holidays Colombians love to celebrate is Father’s Day. This is a great opportunity for all Colombians to show appreciation and the perfect celebration that brings their families closer together even when miles away. This Father’s Day, ran a challenging contest meant to reveal how Colombian fathers are really like, from their sons’ or daughters’ perspective.

The quiz results showed that:

  • 33% of Colombian fathers are Sir helicopters
  • 26% of Colombian fathers are Joking gurus
  • 23% of them are Fixo dads
  • 18% of them are Buddy buddy dads

Here is a more detailed description of each profile:

Sir Helicopter
Helicopter dads worry about… pretty much anything. Their children haven’t called? Why haven’t they called! They call...why are they calling? Is the house on fire? Did they kill the neighbor's cat? If so, did the neighbor catch them? Although they are constantly hovering, they come in peace. If they still need to know all the details of their children’s life, although they just had your retirement party. The helicopter Superhero is always flying over the Cuckoo's Nest to protect it.

Joking Guru
Because of him, Colombian kids grew up knowing that the sun always comes after the rain. His kid’s ears were too big? He would say wings come in different shapes and the world needs more good listeners.

The kid would complain he or she is so slow that they need a 'brain camp'? Joking guru dad would say: You’re a genius, you’ve just invented a new concept “brain camp”. What makes dad a Joking-Guru is his eye for the fresh and minty part of life.

Fixo dad
The door won’t close? He'll fix it. The car won’t start? He'll fix it. The brain won’t work? The synapses just need some lubricant, just like the car. Broken heart? He'd fix that too if he could. He is a rebel soul in a nice shoe box with a screw and a hammer. Remember when the planet could only hold one person? He was behind it.

Buddy buddy dad
He was always his kid’s number one fan and life-time supporter, but most importantly, his first best friend. When the room was a mess, there was no need to worry, if the kid could still find clean socks. The grades weren’t that high? He made it clear that there’s plenty of time to discover the true calling. When talking to him, his face is like Oprah Winfrey on the cover of the magazine… omniscient & empathic. ran this contest believing that no distance is too long if people stay in touch on a regular basis. This is also the mission fulfilled by all services offers: Voice Credit for international calls to Colombia and international top-ups.

The Voice Credit service is intuitive and easy to use; 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 into 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’ accounts. customers can also send international top-ups to Colombia, using the Mobile Recharge service. Claro, Tigo, Movistar, Uff, Virgin, Avantel, Etb, and Une mobile top ups are available, with values ranging from $5 to $62.5.

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