SalutHaiti is a great company. I've been using its services for at 5 years now and am very satisfied with their performance. Thank you. (Brulan Jean-Michel on Trustpilot)
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) September 28, 2017
SalutHaiti.com, the expat service dedicated to the Haitians in the USA, Australia, Canada and other parts of the world, welcomes everyone on its Facebook page for a contest during the International Homesickness Week. Haitians get the chance to win free calling minutes to Haiti and other international destinations by simply leaving a comment to a question until Oct 1, 2017 in the Facebook expat community: https://www.facebook.com/SalutHaiti/.
All one needs to do to take up the Facebook challenge and get the chance to win up to 54 international minutes to call Haiti is simply to leave a brief comment to the question: "What is the most valuable lesson you've learned as an expat?" The winner of the $10 Voice Credit will be picked randomly and announced on October 2 in the Haitian expat community on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SalutHaiti/
SalutHaiti lines up with the Homesickness expat celebration worldwide. The purpose of the contest and the video launched by SalutHaiti.com aim to bring Haitian outside the borders of Haiti together and re-evaluate homesickness as a natural feeling, that is OK to experience.
This is the second time SalutHaiti celebrates Homesickness, and this year's motto is "Home is where your heart is, but heart can be in many places at once." Last year, expats shared homemade videos related to what they missed most about their motherland. But this year, SalutHaiti shares its own video dedicated to expats, where the tone is empathic and the theme developed around the idea of culture shock and homesickness symptoms. The main character of the video produced by SalutHaiti 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.
The Voice Credit Facebook prize has no expiration date, just like Voice Credit on SalutHaiti.com in general. The minimum amount out there for purchase on the website is $2, most useful for those who are unfamiliar to the service and need to test it.
The Voice Credit can be used to call more destinations, not only Haiti. The price to call landlines in Haiti is 18.5 cents/minute or the equivalent in other currencies, whereas the rate to call mobiles is 25.5 cents/minute. Calling rates for other destinations are displayed on the website.
The calling balance from SalutHaiti can be used in 2 different ways: 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.
Besides Voice Credit, SalutHaiti.com also facilitates online mobile credit transfers from one country to another, via the Mobile Recharge service. Anyone with a free account on SalutHaiti.com can top up a someone's mobile in Haiti in seconds, with no hassle. At present, SalutHaiti.com facilitates mobile credit top ups from abroad to Digicel, Natcom and Voila customers in Haiti.
Moreover, when a Haitian expat top ups a Natcom mobile these months, the person in Haiti will also receive unlimited data as a Bonus. The promotion is ongoing until further notice: https://saluthaiti.com/buy/mobile_recharge
Existing customers who left their reviews on specialised platforms like Trustpilot.com, point out certain strong aspects that make SalutHaiti.com stand out on the global market:
- 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 SalutHaiti.com on Facebook.
SalutHaiti.com is a website serving Haitians, and 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.