6 facts about Salvadoran expats, as revealed in a study carried by LlamaElSalvador.com

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A recent study by LlamaElSalvador.com reveals the ways in which Salvadoran expats all over the world keep in touch with their loved ones back home.

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On average, Salvadoran expats calls home every two days and their average call duration is 7 minutes.

A recent study performed by LlamaElSalvador.com revealed 6 key facts about the way Salvadoran expats keep in touch with their loved ones back home. The study focuses on the calling patterns emphasized by the company’s customers, who are Salvadoran expats living all over the world.

First of all, it seems the largest Salvadoran communities live in US, Australia, Canada, and Germany. On average, Salvadoran expats calls home every two days and their average call duration is 7 minutes. The peak days, when most people make calls, are two very special holidays: Mother’s Day and Easter.

Salvadoran expats also recharge the phones of their family back home and they do this once every month. 96% of LlamaElSalvador.com’s customers send top ups to El Salvador, but they also send mobile recharges to the other countries like Honduras, Guatemala, and Mexico.

LlamaElSalvador.com is a telecom company focusing on helping Salvadoran expats all over the world stay in touch with their friends and family in El Salvador. LlamaElSalvador.com offers low rates, high quality calls, and a trustworthy service meant to cater to any Salvadoran’s communication needs.

With LlamaElSalvador.com, customers can place international calls from:

  • any phone, through the use of access numbers,
  • any computer, through the Web Call application, or
  • any smartphone, as LlamaElSalvador.com offers a free app, for both iOS and Android devices, called KeepCalling.

The products offered by LlamaElSalvador.com are Voice Credit, Mobile Recharge, and Virtual Numbers. Voice Credit is a prepaid service offering affordable credit for international calls and SMS. The rate for international calls to Claro landlines in El Salvador is 10.9¢/min, while the rate for calls to all other landlines and mobiles is 16.9¢/min. The cost of an SMS is 6¢.

Mobile Recharge is a service through which customers can recharge phones anywhere in the world. The process is fast and secure and the credit reaches its destination instantly. With over 300 operators from more than 100 countries, LlamaElSalvador.com can satisfy every need of international mobile recharges. The operators available for top ups to El Salvador are Tigo, Movistar, Claro, and Digicel.

Virtual Numbers are monthly subscriptions through which customers pay a low monthly fee and receive unlimited calls from another country. The people calling the Virtual Number only pay the rate of a local call.

Customers are happy both with the quality and with the prices offered by LlamaElSalvador.com. On Trustpilot, a famous review site, LlamaElSalvador.com receives constant feedback from its customers.
One customer writes, ’Fast and easy! I like how easy it is to put more money in my account. The connection is reliable too. Better rates than SKYPE’.

About LlamaElSalvador.com:

LlamaElSalvador.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 worldwide, 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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