Facebook Contest for Nigerians Abroad Gives Away International Calling Minutes with TelephoneNigeria.com

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Nigerians overseas get the chance to win international calling credit with the latest Facebook contest on TelephoneNigeria.com Facebook page.

Calling credit giveaway for Nigerian expats on TelephoneNigeria.com Facebook page!

Thanks to International Homesickness Day 2017, TelephoneNigeria.com launched a new Facebook contest for Nigerians worldwide. The contest will run for several days on the Facebook page, until October 1, 2017, for everyone having relatives or friends in Nigeria. The prize consists of $10 Voice Credit that never expires. To enter the race, one needs to briefly share the most valuable lesson as an expat. All comments will come together and one will be randomly picked as the winner: https://www.facebook.com/TelephoneNigeria/

The current Homesickness Day contest is part of the Heritage Month Celebration on TelephoneNigeria.com Facebook page, where the Nigerian expat community meets. The prize comes with more than 100 international minutes to call Nigeria or a different number for other destinations. Rates for other destinations than Nigeria can be checked on the website.

The contest on Facebook requires a comment in order to be registered as a participant in the final wheel of fortune selection. The whole event is introduced by a video especially created for Nigerian expats. The tone is empathic towards what an expat goes though when arriving in the new country, and the message is optimistic: "Home is where your heart is, but heart can be in many places at once."

TelephoneNigeria.com serves Nigerians worldwide for years. Thousands of them stayed with the service for several clear reasons, as proven by review platforms where existing customers share their feedback.
-Security is very high for both website navigation and online payment.
-Calling is possible with and without Internet connection.
-Anyone can benefit of default free features in one's account.
-Loyalty points are awarded for every purchase.
-Contests and offers are hosted regularly in the Facebook community: https://www.facebook.com/TelephoneNigeria/
-Payment is possible in all currencies, with all major cards and PayPal.
-Loyalty points are added automatically for Voice Credit orders, and mobile top ups using the Mobile Recharge service.

TelephoneNigeria.com makes available for expats 2 main services: the calling service, and the mobile credit long distance transfer known as Mobile Recharge.

Those interested in calling can choose between Voice Credit and a monthly plan. Voice Credit never expires and can be used to call not only Nigeria, but other international destinations as well. The regular rate for a call to Nigeria using Voice Credit balance, for example, is 9.9 cents/minute or the equivalent in other currencies.

The best rate to call Nigeria is 6.9 cents/minute. This is available with the monthly plan Nigeria 350. The plan requires recurrent payment, yet it can be cancelled anytime, as well as reactivated whenever necessary, with no penalties at all. The plan offers 350 minutes to Nigeria landlines and mobiles for $23,99 / month.

This is not the only calling plan. Nigeria 120 has all the features of Nigeria 350, except for the number of minutes and price: 120 international minutes to landlines and/or mobile phones in Nigeria for $9,99 / a month.

Besides the calling service, Nigerians can also use TelephoneNigeria.com to send mobile credit to someone in Nigeria. The important thing is to make sure the relative or friend in Nigeria uses local balance from one the following operators in the country: MTN, Airtel, Glo, Etisalalt. These are the operators available for international top ups with TelephoneNigeria.com.

TelephoneNigeria.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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