This site is extremely easy to use and very convenient. Transactions are processed timely and accurately. (Robert Morck on Trustpilot review platform)
ATLANTA (PRWEB) August 29, 2018
The platform serving expats worldwide, MobileRecharge.com, has recently added more options for the 10 million Filipinos abroad interested in helping folks back home with data, broadband and voice mobile credit. In seconds only, they can newly top up prepaid numbers in the Philippines that use Globe, Smart, Sun, Touch Mobile, ABS-CBN Mobile and TNT sim cards besides Cherry Mobile, which had been already available on the website. The credit can be sent from any part of the world in seconds, from the comfort of one's house using the app called MobileRecharge or the website MobileRecharge.com.
No contract is needed and payment is possible with any Visa, Mastercard or PayPal account in maximum security conditions. The website is labeled Verified and Secured, as well as certified by BBB, which guarantees satisfaction and transparence. Payment can be made easily from any of the 170 foreign countries where Filipinos live and work. So, Internet connection is essential. But both the online store and the app are conceived for both inexperienced and experienced users.
With the latest changes, Smart users in the Philippines can receive Prepaid Talk 'and Text credit, mobile broadband and even Broadband Plans. For 250 PHP for example, the Filipino friend or family member receives 800 MB/day for 7 days, and for 995 PHP the same amount of MB for a whole month. Orders range from $5 to a bit over $20, and the online transaction goes smoothly on MobileRecharge.com. The credit gets to the destination number in the Philippines in seconds and can be used immediately without any other action on the part of the beneficiary.
Reviewers on Trustpilot report the same fast top up to Sun numbers in the Philippines since the option has been introduced. Filipinos abroad can send Xpress load, Data or Todo IDD to Sun users in the Philippines, whether friends or relatives. For an order of 999 PHP, equivalent of $20.55, the person in the Philippines gets Unlimited Data for a month. Todo IDD credit can be ordered for as little as $6.45.
Globe users in the Philippines can now receive Globe Data from abroad, besides the regular Globe voice credit. Their Filipino relatives overseas only need to fill in the online form, and the top up gets immediately after hitting the order button. For 299 PHP, one gets instant 1.5 GB. If more is needed, one has 2 more options: 4 GB for 599 PHP or 8 GB for 999 PHP. All credit is available for a month. More details can be found on the website.
Those interested to recharge Touch Mobile, ABS-CBN Mobile or TNT numbers in the Philippines have the option now on MobileRecharge.com. The transaction takes seconds only, and payment is welcomed with any Visa or Mastercard, and even PayPal. To recharge a Touch Mobile or an ABS-CBN Mobile number in the Philippines, one can order between $7-$20. To top up TNT phone there, one can choose from a default range: $6-$20. Pretty flexible, we would say.
All the details of the online transaction are fully displayed in one's free account on the online store, MobileRecharge.com. And promos run daily both on MobileRecharge app or the store.
MobileRecharge.com is the platform facilitating expats' international mobile top ups for relatives and friends back home. The brand is also the initiator of World Top Up Day, an international celebration dedicated to all top up givers. The brand is the offspring of KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in the USA, and 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. In 2015 the company registered a revenue increase of over 200% from 2011 to 2014.