ATLANTA (PRWEB) March 20, 2019
This March, HablaCuba.com celebrates 100 Cubacel promos with a new surprise for their beloved customers - the Cuban expats who take care of their family and friends back home. Starting March 18 until March 23, every top up of 20-60 CUC gets a boost:
20 CUC - Bonus 50 minutes and 50 SMS
25 CUC - Bonus 50 minutes and 50 SMS
30 CUC - Bonus 50 minutes and 50 SMS
40 CUC - Bonus 100 minutes and 100 SMS
50 CUC - Bonus 100 minutes and 100 SMS
60 CUC - Bonus 150 minutes and 150 SMS
The first Cubacel promo HablaCuba.com hosted happened in May 2011. So almost 8 years of offers deserve a proper celebration. The official 100th Cubacel promo is preceded by a special Facebook contest, that invites customers to share the things they love the most about Cuba and make up a list of 100 reasons why Cuba is amazing. The contest is open until March 18th and offers 10 free top ups.
Besides sending top ups, customers can also recharge their family’s and friends’ Nauta accounts, in order to help them gain access to the internet. Or, if they prefer calling, they can also use HablaCuba.com’s calling services. Customers can place their calls:
- From any landline, mobile or even payphone in the world, through access numbers.
- Through the smartphone app called KeepCalling, available for iOS and Android.
- The rate for international calls to Cuba is 69.9¢/min, for both landlines and mobiles, and the cost of a text message is 7¢.
All services HablaCuba.com offers revolve around the website’s mission, which is to bring people together, no matter the distance, because no distance is too long if people stay connected.
HablaCuba.com is an interactive website designed 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 has been listed by Inc 5000 as one of the fastest growing companies in the USA for 5 consecutive years. In 2015 the company registered a revenue increase of over 200% from 2011 to 2014.