Expats Get 20% OFF on International Calling Credit plus Calling Vouchers for International Homesickness Day from KeepCalling.com

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Calling credit coupons worth $10 on Facebook and 20% discount on the website for expats worldwide from KeepCalling.com calling service.

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International Homesickness Day is being celebrated by expats worldwide on September 27, 2017, for the second time in history. KeepCalling, the brand that spearheaded this holiday in 2016, to celebrate homesickness as something natural that everyone moving abroad experiences, has calling discounts and vouchers for expats this year. On KeepCalling.com, expats in the USA, Canada, Australia and other parts of the world get 20% discount on their Voice Credit orders of maximum $50, and credit purchased never expires. The offer is available on September 27, 2017, for everyone holding a free account on the website. Secondly, the expat community on Facebook powered by KeepCalling.com, hosts a contest with 3 prizes of $10 Voice Credit each: https://www.facebook.com/iamhomesick/

KeepCalling.com offers 20% OFF on orders of maximum $50 Voice Credit for international calls on September 27, 2017. The condition to get the discount is to use coupon code 20HOME when placing the order. This is the way the multiethnic telecom service supports long distance communication between expats and their families and friends back home, besides the regular low rates they make available. All that needs to be done to benefit from the discount is to place an order of maximum $50 on the website on September 27, 2017, the International Homesickness Day of all expats and travellers worldwide. Online purchases on KeepCalling.com take seconds within a maximum security environment. Voice Credit has no expiration date, it can be used whenever necessary.

The second opportunity to earn free credit comes with the Facebook contest on KeepCalling.com page and expat community. It is open between September 27-October 1, 2017, and the challenge is simple: "What is the most valuable lesson you've learned as an expat?" By leaving a comment to this question, anyone enters the race for a $10 Voice Credit voucher.

To have some examples, a $10 Voice Credit means 77 minutes to call Canada mobiles, or 1428 for calls to landlines there. If the destination is India, $10 brings 588 free international minutes that never expire. As for Pakistan, $10 prize = 232 free international minutes to mobiles there. Or China. $10 prize = 833 free international minutes to both landlines or mobiles in China.

If last year, expats from Europe, Asia and the USA took the floor to speak about what they missed most about home, this year KeepCalling team creates a video for expats to show empathy for what it feels to experience the first signs of culture shock and the symptoms of missing home. The video is available on Facebook and YouTube starting September 27.

KeepCalling has been serving expats and travellers since 2002, optimising the service and working on affordable rates along the way, per their feedback. This also included 2 types of long distance calling: with and without Internet access.

-Smartphone users have KeepCalling app available on App Store and Google Play. The app is free to install, and turns international calls into local calls in terms of both dialing easiness and costs.
-For those used to calling phone cards, access numbers can be used to call without any Internet connection, from any phone.

In addition to Voice Credit, KeepCalling.com also offers Mobile Recharge, Monthly Plans, and Virtual Numbers.

To find out more about KeepCalling.com’s newest offers, customers are invited to visit their blog at blog.keepcalling.com or to follow them on Facebook, Google+, and Twitter.

Customers are happy about the low rates and high quality of the service. One of them says “Great way to be in touch! It is cheap enough not to make me think twice if I want to talk to someone across the globe. I am not being robbed in form of connection fees, handling fees and all kind of other garbage. Nice and simple. Prices going down constantly. Reliable. Love it.”

KeepCalling.com is a website powered by KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in USA. Presently, KeepCalling provides its services to hundreds of thousands of consumers , with a focus on customer satisfaction. KeepCalling was listed by Inc 5000 as one of the fastest growing companies in the USA for 5 consecutive years.

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