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Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) September 27, 2016
MobileRecharge.com, the platform dedicated to expats in the USA, Canada, Europe, Australia and the rest of the world, launches a Facebook contest that will bring the winner a free top up that can be sent to one of the 300+ countries available on the website. The contest will take place on MobileRecharge.com Facebook expat community. The contest starts on September 27 and ends on September 29, 2016, and participants are asked to leave a comment confessing what they miss most about their motherland. The winner will be singled out randomly using an online tool: https://www.facebook.com/MobileRecharge.Fan/
Anyone who leaves a personal and honest comment on MobileRecharge.com Facebook page between September 27 - 29 can win the free mobile top up. That allows one to send credit to a mobile back home, in the origin country, without paying anything.
The contest on Facebook celebrates Homesickness and what expats worldwide have in common: homesickness. The message of the campaign "Homesickness Day" wants to be an optimistic and revelatory one: "It's OK to be homesick!" It is a natural side effect for someone who lives away from the root culture. Everyone in the diaspora feels the same for their origin culture, people and motherland.
The top up service on MobileRecharge.com facilitates mobile credit transfers in seconds, without any Contract between the provider and the sender. The account comes with a numbers of advantages:
-MobileRecharge.com is highly mobile-friendly
-The account costs nothing and is available in several languages including Spanish and English
-Transactions are available in one's account at any time
-"Promotions" tab in the menu centralizes all daily deals on MobileRecharge.com. They are also published on MobileRecharge app.
-Users get major offers by email if they press the "Get offers" button on the homepage.
-Payment is welcome in any currency, and Paypal is accepted besides all major cards.
-All transactions and invoices are available in a special section in chronological order.
-Safety is certified by the labels present on the website: "Verified & certified", Trustee, etc.
-MobileRecharge.com is present on Facebook, G+ and Twitter for customer support, expat stories and news, service updates, contests and promotions.
-Customer Service is seen as highly supportive; it is available 24/7 in both Spanish and English, and other international languages.
-Both the MobileRecharge app and the website allow experienced and inexperienced users to make a top up the easiest way possible.
-Video tutorials are available on YouTube and in one's account to help anyone find it easy to send mobile credit abroad: https://www.youtube.com/MobileRecharge
MobileRecharge.com has been built per expats' feedback, as the most time-saving and economical alternative to offline mobile credit top ups or targeted money transfers.
Whoever wants to participate in the Homesickness Day Facebook contest starting September 27, and win airtime for a family member or friend back home is only required to share what they miss most about their motherland. Comments are expected by September 29 on MobileRecharge.com Facebook page dedicated to the diaspora: https://www.facebook.com/MobileRecharge.Fan
MobileRecharge.com serves expats, travellers or professionals who live abroad temporarily. There are 50.5 million expats worldwide according to several reports, and the figure is expected to reach 56.8 million by 2017, which is 0.77 percent of the total global population.
MobileRecharge.com is a brand of KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in the USA, listed by Inc 5000 as one of the fastest growing companies in the USA for 5 consecutive years. Presently, KeepCalling provides its services to hundreds of thousands of consumers and businesses, with a focus on customer satisfaction. In 2015 the company registered a revenue increase of over 200% from 2011 to 2014.