, the Platform Dedicated to Nigerians Worldwide, Launches "Homesickness" Facebook Contest with a $10 prize to Call Nigeria Before Independence Day

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Nigerians worldwide are invited to celebrate Independence Day with a Homesick Facebook contest that will bring someone $10 Voice Credit prize for calls to Nigeria.

$10 Voice Credit prize for FREE calls to Nigeria, the prize of a Facebook contest for Nigerian expats.

Good service. Fast and hassle free. (Tracy-Ann McNab on, the platform dedicated to Nigerian expats worldwide, offers a $10 prize that can be used to call landlines and mobiles in Nigeria. The contest will take place on Facebook community. It will start on Homesickness Day, September 27, 2016, and will end on September 29. The $10 prize of Voice Credit for international calls never expires and can be used not only for calls to Nigeria but also other international destinations in the world. All Facebook fans and visitors who want to participate are invited to leave a comment on community page, and share what they miss most about their motherland:

The $10 Voice Credit prize on the International Homesickness Day can be used to call Nigeria from anywhere in the world in 3 different ways:
-from KeepCalling app for iOS and Android devices.
-using access numbers from any phone, which requires no 3G, 4G, WiFi (no Internet connection at all)
-from one's laptop or PC to any phone in the world, using Web Call app, which is available in one's account and requires no download.

Voice Credit is the most time-saving and economical alternative to calling cards that offer minutes to call landlines and mobiles in Nigeria. Those who enter the race starting September 27 have 3 days to leave an honest and personal comment to the post on September 27, saying what they miss most about home. The winner will be singled out randomly using an online tool.

The International Homesickness Day is dedicated to expats worldwide, and most of customers are Indian expats all over the world. The message of the campaign Homesickness Day that includes the Facebook contest wants to be an optimistic and revelatory one: "It's OK to be homesick!" OK, because 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. It is also OK, because what we love is what we miss and we get the chance to realize as expats.

Voice Credit on is the most economical alternative to calling cards that offer international minutes. The winner of the current contest starting September 27 will have the opportunity to call for free. offers the lowest rate to call Nigeria is 9.5¢/minute. The Voice Credit service has been built on customer feedback and is very flexible. There is no contract involved and several free features are offered by default in one's free account on

Besides Voice Credit, Nigeria expats and travellers who use can also benefit of other flexible services like the Mobile Recharge. This tool facilitates international top ups of mobiles in other countries in less than 1 minute, at the lowest processing rate on the global market. Most people use it to send airtime to families and friends in their origin countries and thus support local communication or even offer them international calls.

There are no hidden fees on and a free account comes with a set of features that cost nothing:
-Speed Dial and PINless dialing makes the international calls resemble a local call in terms of dialing experience.
-Thank You points are offered on every purchase and can be later converted into Voice Credit for free calls.
-Lowest rates on the market for calls to both mobiles and landlines.
-KeepCalling app is free to install on any Android device, iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.
-24/7 human Customer Support for any explanation or question.
-Online Help Center with Frequently Asked Questions.
-Online 30 day call history and account transactions available non-stop.
-Calling is also possible using access numbers that require no Internet connection.
-More than 1 expat service available in one's account.
-International Mobile Recharges are instant and easy.
-The online shopping takes few seconds and is 100% secure due to the "Verified and Certified" label.
-PayPal is accepted besides all major credit and debit cards.
-Payment is accepted in any currency.
-Transactions are 100% secure. The service is "Verified & Certified"
-Anyone can earn credit while recommending the service to other fellow expats.

Whoever wants to participate in the Homesickness Day Facebook contest starting September 27, and win $10 Voice Credit for international calls to Nigeria and other destinations is required to share what they miss most about their motherland, Nigeria. A simple honest comment to the post enters the race on Facebook starting September 27, 2016, the first Homesickness Day in history. The Facebook contest ends on September 29 on Facebook page dedicated to the Nigerian diaspora: is a website dedicated to the Nigerian diaspora worldwide. The website is a brand of 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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