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Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) September 28, 2017
TelephoneKenya.com, the service dedicated to Kenyans abroad, is running a Facebook contest around the International Homesickness Day, giving away international calling minutes. Anyone interested to win $10 Voice Credit for international calls to Kenya is welcome to leave a comment to the question: "What is the most valuable lesson you've learned as an expat?". Answers are expected on the Facebook expat page of TelephoneKenya.com until October 1, 2017: https://www.facebook.com/telephonekenya/. The Facebook challenge can bring someone up to 100 international minutes to call Kenya.
With this Facebook contest, TelephoneKenya.com lines up with the Homesickness expat celebration worldwide, and offers Kenyans abroad a new opportunity to earn free calling credit.
The celebration aims to bring expats together and re-acknowledge that homesickness is a natural feeling. That is why, this year's motto is "Home is where your heart is, but heart can be in many places at once." Also, if last year, expats shared homemade videos related to what they missed most about their motherland, in 2017, TelephoneKenya shares its own video dedicated to expats.
The main character of the video produced by TelephoneKenya is an animated Alien, and the atmosphere resembles the one in Sting's famous song "I'm an Alien in New York", but with a touch of optimism and humour. It shows empathy for what it feels to experience the first signs of culture shock and the symptoms of missing home. It is available on Facebook in the video section or on the timeline.
Voice Credit prize has no expiration date, just like Voice Credit on TelephoneKenya.com in general. On regular basis, despite any promotion, the minimum amount out there for purchase is $2. Voice Credit can be used to call more destinations, not only Kenya. The price to call landlines is 9.5 cents/minute or the equivalent in other currencies, whereas the rate to call mobile phone in Kenya is 10.9 cents/minute. Rates to call for other destinations are displayed on the website.
More talkative Kenyans can choose Kenya monthly plan, that has a unique rate of 10.4 cents/minute to call both landlines and mobiles. The overall price is $51,99/month, and minutes are available for 30 billing days. The plan is flexible: it can be deactivated and reactivated anytime without any penalties, and it can be complemented by Voice Credit if 500 minutes are not enough.
The calling balance from TelephoneKenya.com can be used in 2 different ways: with and without Internet access.
-Smartphone users have KeepCalling app available on AppStore 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.
Besides Voice Credit, TelephoneKenya.com also facilitates mobile credit transfers at long distance with the help of the service called Mobile Recharge. Anyone can thus top up a mobile in some other country online, with no hassle, and in just few seconds. At present, TelephoneKenya.com facilitates mobile credit for Safaricom, Airtel and Orange subscribers.
According to review platforms, there are some good reasons why Kenyans abroad stay loyal to this service:
-Best quality-price ratio on the global market.
-Everyone benefits of free calling features.
-Payment is highly secure; the website bears the label "Verified & Secured" thanks to its strong security system.
-Payment is accepted in all currencies.
-Offers and Bonuses are launched regularly for those who follow TelephoneKenya.com on Facebook.
TelephoneKenya.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.