Gifts for Kenyans Abroad: 30% Price Drops on for International Calls to Kenya on Jamhuri Day, Plus Facebook Christmas Prize

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Kenyans abroad get 30% off on their calls to Kenya on December 12, 2017, and more calling credit gifts for international use on Facebook.

Price drops on calls to Kenya on Jamhuri on, plus Facebook Christmas prizes starting December 13, 2017., the website that has been serving Kenyans worldwide for years, drops the rates to call Kenya on December 12, Jamhuri Day 2017. The new rates on Independence Day will be 30% more economical. Besides the festive rate to call landlines and mobiles in Kenya from anywhere in the world, Facebook community gives away Jamhuri and Christmas gifts between December 12-15, 2017:

On December 12, Kenyans living abroad receive 30% discount on their calls to family and friends in Kenya, between 12 am and 11:59 Kenya time.

  • Calls to landlines in Kenya drop from 9.9 ¢/min to 6.9 ¢/min on December 12, 2017.
  • Calls to cellular phones in Kenya drop from 11.9 ¢/min to 7.9 ¢/min.
  • Calls to Airtel cellular phones in Kenya drop from 22.9 ¢/min to 15.9 ¢/min.

Free international balance to call Kenya is also available all week in the Kenyan Facebook community. On December 12, Kenyans can enter a contest about the Kenyan spirit, whose prize is $10 Voice Credit, which means up to 101 international minutes to call Kenya. But Voice Credit balance with can also be used to call other destinations, besides Kenya. More details are available on the website.

3 more Facebook contests are running on the same Facebook page the same week, to bring Kenyan expats free credit for Christmas. Those who follow the page will be notified of each contest. They are easy and fun, and the winner of each challenge will be randomly picked the day after each round:

Voice Credit prizes, and Voice Credit on in general, never expire. It can be used any time necessary. And there are two ways to call using the Voice Credit balance:

  • Smartphone users have a free-to-install app, called KeepCalling. This is available on AppStore and Google Play.
  • Those who prefer calling without any WiFi, 3G or 4G, can use the access number in their area, just like when using calling cards, except that rates are much lower and there is no need to shop it offline.

Those who do not have an account at this point on, can try the service for $2. They will automatically get a PIN on their first order, and they will be able to use it to call people in Kenya 30% cheaper on December 2017, on Independence Day. also offers international mobile credit transfers to Kenya, besides Voice Credit. The service is called Mobile Recharge and it facilitates mobile credit top up of cellular phones in Kenya, that are subscribed to: Safaricom, Airtel and Orange Kenya. is a website serving the Kenyans living and working away from their motherland in the USA, Canada, Australia, Asia and Europe. It is a brand of KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in USA, who launched International Homesickness Day for the first time in history in 2016. 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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