Mother's Day Giveaway for Filipinos Abroad: up to 100 Minutes to Call the Philippines with Voice Credit Service

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Pinoy working/living abroad are invited to join the Mother's Day contest hosted by "I miss Philippines" Facebook community, and win $10 Voice Credit for their international calls.

International calling credit prize for Filipinos celebrating Mother's Day with I miss Philippines Facebook community.

I like they way they do business! I feel they are much safer than other companies and very fast! (Stanley Szymanski on, the platform dedicated to Filipinos living abroad, celebrates Mother's Day with a Facebook contest, whose winner will receive $10 Voice Credit balance for international calls to the Philippines or other destination in the world. Participants are only required to leave a comment answering a simple and touchy question: "What did you learn from you mother?" Answers are expected on "I miss Philippines" Facebook page until May 14, 2017:

The prize consists of free calling minutes worth of $10 Voice Credit for international calls to the Philippines, but not limited to this mere destination. More precisely, 102 minutes to call landlines or 80 minutes to call mobiles there, or a mix of the two at the following rates: 9.5 cents/minute for calls to landlines and 12.5 cents/minute for calls to mobiles.

Everyone is welcome to enter the race: Filipino expats, travellers, foreigners who have a strong connection to the Philippines. What participants in the Mother's Day contest need to do to enter the race is leave a comment. The challenge is: "What did you learn from your mother?" and team hopes to trigger some good impressions from their fans and followers. Comments are expected between May 9-14, 2017. The winner will be picked randomly and announced on May 15, 2017, on the timeline of "I miss Philippines" expat community on Facebook.

The Voice Credit balance from never expires and can be used any time, from any country. Plus, there is no expiration date. Moreover, on every purchase, customers get Thank You points (loyalty points) that can be later converted into free calling credit. Those who want to try the service can do it for $2, which means up to 21 minutes to call the Philippines. makes available 2 ways to make international calls using Voice Credit:

-Smartphone users have KeepCalling app ready to install for free from App Store or Google Play. Unlike other services, KeepCalling app does not require that the other has a similar app installed; anyone can call any phone in the world, with no restriction.
-For calls with no Internet connection needed, an Access Number is the ideal solution. The mechanism is simple and is similar to the old school calling card, that is nowadays outdated due to its high rates and device limitations.

The Voice Credit on has been perfected per Filipinos feedback in the last 10 years:

-The service is easy to use both by experienced or inexperienced people;
-It saves money thanks to its low rates as well as the fact that the purchase is made online;
-The transaction is 100% safe; the service bears the label "Verified & Secured".
-There are no hidden fees, and the check out/ invoice is explicit and transparent;
-All transactions are listed in one's account;
-History is available in one's account too;
-Free features can be activated to customize one's calling experience;
-No contract is needed, and no administration fee; the account costs nothing and is for life-time;
-Customer Support team is available 24/7 and very prompt;
-Payment is flexible: all currencies accepted, and all major cards as well as PayPal.

The Facebook page powered by for the Pinoy community outside their motherland, runs contests and promotions regularly. Prizes and giveaways for the Filipinos range from Voice Credit to Mobile Recharge, which many use to top up online, in less than 1 minute, relatives and friends' mobiles back in the Philippines.

Mobile Recharge requires to fill in a simple form on and pay a minimum processing fee to send mobile credit to phones abroad. Despite the distance, the relative receives the top up or airtime instantly. is a website built for the Filipino diaspora and everyone else who needs to communicate with people in the Philippines or support them from the distance. The platform is a brand of KeepCalling, with more than 10 years of experience on the global market. The mother company is a telecommunications business registered in 2002 in the USA, listed by Inc 5000 as one of the fastest growing companies in the USA for 5 consecutive years. Presently, KeepCalling provides its services to hundreds of thousands of consumers, with a focus on customer satisfaction.

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