Nigerian Expats Start the New Year with A Gift from up to 84 Bonus Minutes to Call Landlines and Mobiles in Nigeria

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Nigerians worldwide get up to 84 gift minutes to call Nigeria as a New Year giveaway from, to make a good start in 2016.

$2 and $5 Bonus for international calls to Nigeria with!

I believe this is a nice choice, because I used 20$ call card in a month. (Maryjane Olulu on

Nigerians worldwide get $2 or $5 Bonus on, for their international calls to landlines and mobiles in Nigeria. The gift credit can be used to call Nigeria or other destinations in the world on New Year's Eve or anytime through 2016, since the Voice Credit never expires. The only condition is to purchase a minimum of $20 Voice Credit on using AWE2NY or one of $40 using coupon AWE5NY by December 31st, 2015:

All free minutes add up automatically to the Voice Credit balance purchased by December 31st, 2015, on More precisely, if a customer gets $20 Voice Credit using AWE2NY it means he or she receives 338 international minutes to Nigeria, and automatically the Bonus of 33 more. These bonus minutes can be used the same way as the main balance, for calls to landlines or mobiles in Nigeria. All together, Nigerians get 371 minutes for $20 with coupon AWE2NY.

For a larger Bonus of $5, which means 84 extra calling minutes to Nigeria, one needs to get a minimum of $40 Voice Credit order on, using AWE5NY until December 31st, 2015. The 84 minutes for calls to landlines and mobiles in Nigeria add up to the 677 minutes equivalent of the $40 Voice Credit order. That makes a total of 761 minutes ($45 Voice Credit balance) for calls to both landlines and mobiles in Nigeria at 5.9 ¢/minute.

This promotion has more than a Bonus to it. It is part of a larger campaign called "You are amazing. Yes, you are!" dedicated to Nigerians by in order to show their appreciation of the courage and tender hearts of expats. It was all wrapped up carefully in a video email sent to all their subscribers that tells the story and itinerary of an expat who returns home for the holiday.

The current promotion was also a way in which communicated its mission: to support expats worldwide keep in touch with their families and friends in Nigeria by offering them the lowest rates on the global market, the highest quality possible due to the infrastructure available and as many extras possible to make it easy for them to call abroad.

This New Year promotion in a nutshel announce that Nigerians get up to 33 extra minutes when they buy $20 minimum Voice Credit on and up to 84 minutes on Voice Credit orders of a minimum of $40, placed before the end of the day, December 31st, 2015 (23:59 EST).

The unique current rate to call Nigeria landlines and mobiles is 5.9 ¢/minute. The current rate is available through the calling service called Voice Credit. The lowest rate to call mobiles and landlines in Nigeria, though, is 4.9 ¢/minute, which is only available with one of the two Monthly Plans on "Nigeria 500" or "Nigeria 1000." These are monthly subscriptions and can be upgraded or downgraded according to customer needs, directly on

There are 3 ways to make calls to Nigeria using service and balance:
-Access Numbers help one make calls without Internet use.
-KeepCalling app is useful for smartphone users with 3G and 4G Internet access. The app costs nothing to install on iOS and Android devices; the app is quick and easy and uses one's phone Contacts to place a call to Nigeria.
-Web Call is a desktop app available in one's account that requires no download. It is useful to make calls from a PC to any phone in Nigeria using the Internet (whether an old generation mobile, a smartphone or a landline). not only offers a life-time account that requires no maintenance costs for all its customers, but other benefits as well: free calling features, Thank You points for loyalty on every regular purchase, online invoices and call records, and 24/7 support in several languages. The service requires no contract, and it is highly flexible. For example, one can use Voice Credit as well as other products on the website, like a Monthly Plan or Mobile Recharge to top up someone's mobile abroad.

Nigerians who already use the service came up with several reasons why they stick to it, as review platforms show:
-Rates are low and really competitive on the global market
-The service guarantees 100% security; they are a "Certified & Verified."
-Customer Support is available 24/7 in several languages, including English, French and Spanish.
-Payment is possible with Paypal besides all major cards, and all currencies are accepted.
-Call records are available for the last 30 days and all invoices are stored in the online account.
Thank You points are received on any regular purchase; once these points amount to 1000, they can be converted into Voice Credit for international calls.
-Regular promotions are announced on the Community Facebook page:

Besides the Voice Credit calling and SMS service for personal use, offers Mobile Recharge. This is a service that facilitates international top ups of mobiles in Nigeria. Many expats use it to send a gift back home to their origin country, to support someone there, or top up a friend's or a relative's mobile online. It takes less than 1 minute to top up a mobile in Nigeria that belongs to one of the following networks in the country: MTN Nigeria, Etisalat Nigeria, Airtel Nigeria, Glo Nigeria, Visafone Nigeria. plans to continue facilitating calls to Nigeria as well as top ups there, for all Nigerians worldwide, and wishes everyone Happy Holiday Season and a Courageous New Year!

About is an interactive website designed by KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in the 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 as one of the fastest growing companies in the USA for 5 consecutive years. In 2015 the company registered a revenue increase of over 200% from 2011 to 2014.

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