NEW Facebook Comment Battle for Kenyans Abroad Who Want to Win a Mobile Top-up for Someone in Kenya around Mother's Day

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Kenyans get the chance to win a free top-up for mom, or someone else back in Kenya as a prize to the Facebook contest launched by

Win a free top-up for someone in Kenya by leaving a comment on Facebook:

"No hidden charges, very clear audio, fairly priced per minute, call minutes don't expire. Easy to reload." (Eunike Wakia on"I love TelephoneKenya! So quick and easy to top to top up a phone." (Craig on, the platform serving Kenyan expats, launches a new challenge on their Facebook expat page. The tribute to Kenyan mothers comes in the form of a challenge that focuses on mothers of those Kenyans visiting the community, more exactly on recurrent questions or lines they tell to their daughters and sons on the phone. Everyone is invited to leave a comment to the pinned post on May 9, to enter the contest. The giveaway is a free mobile top up for a mom or some other important person in Kenya the winner can send to. Talking about the winner, he/she will be singled out randomly via an automatic draw. Comments are welcomed by May 13, 2018:

The Facebook invite promises a free top up of a mobile in Kenya, and chances are equal for all those who leave a comment sharing what their mothers keep saying before hanging up, or what question they keep asking them on the phone. The prize is a gift for expats that will turn into another gift for someone else. Like a pay-it-forward gift.

The top up prize, like any mobile recharge on for someone in Kenya, takes seconds to reach the destination number in Kenya, whether Safaricom or Airtel. The service is called Mobile recharge.

The winner of the current facebook challenge will get a coupon code to redeem the prize, but generally, one only needs to fill in a simple form to send the load to Kenya. No contract is needed and numbers formerly loaded can be used from the history list to shortcut the process.

The Kenyan Facebook community hosts frequent giveaways and contests. It is almost every month that extra calling credit or mobile credit transfers are offered to Kenyans who join these Facebook challenges. Following the page is also an alternative to the Newsletter, since the community also announces the big offers on the website.

Existing customers on also benefit of international calling credit besides long-distance mobile top-ups. They use the same account to load their own mobile using the Voice Credit service for calls worldwide, as well as load mobiles of their relatives in Kenya, using the Mobile Recharge service. The website scores 4 out of 5 stars on Trustpilot and has several labels for transparency, security and trustworthiness.

Yet, the best rate to call Kenya using balance is a unique 11 cents/minute for calls to both landlines and mobiles. The best deal is available with a monthly plan called Kenya 500.

There are frequent offers on, both the website and the Facebook community page. Followers receive all notifications in their feed. And customers who hold a free account on the website and are subscribed to "Get Offers" (button down homepage) receive deals and coupons by email. Plus, on every purchase that does not involve a coupon, customers receive loyalty points that can be later converted into free Voice Credit for international calls. is a platform serving the Kenyans 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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