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KeepCalling.net enhances its mobile recharge destination list by adding 17 new operators in Africa, Asia and Central America. The countries benefiting are South and Central Africa, Bangladesh, Yemen, Panama, Benin, Burkina Faso, Kenya, Somalia, Morocco, Tanzania, Ivory Coast, and Uganda.
Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
KeepCalling.net enhanced its network by adding 17 new mobile recharge operators in the last month. KeepCalling.net customers can now make international mobile recharges to 17 new operators in Asia, Africa and Central America. Here are some of these operators: Orange, Digicel, Tigo, Sabafon, Meditel, MTN, Teletalk.
With KeepCalling.net, customers can now send credit to mobiles pertaining to networks like Citycell and Teletalk in Bangladesh. Teletalk is well known as South Asia's pioneering mobile communications company, respectively the first 3G provider in Bangladesh. Citycell and Teletalk play an important role in KeepCalling's growth strategy. The recently added two round up the number of top up operators in Bangladesh to 5.
Sabafon is now available for mobile recharges to Yemen, also in Asia. Serving both the corporate and consumer markets, Sabafon operates on the most liberalized and competitive market in the Middle East.
For mobile recharges in Panama, KeepCalling.net customers now have the choice to use the popular Digicel, along with Movistar. Just as Movistar, Digicel's coverage map is generous, thus opening up new opportunities to receive top up amounts.
However, Africa received most of the attention. 12 out of the 17 newly added mobile recharge operators on KeepCalling.net are present here. Mobile credit can now be sent to Moov in Benin and Ivory Coast, Onatel in Burkina Faso, Orange in Central African Republic and Kenya, as well as to Nationlink Somalia, Meditel Morocco, Tigo Tanzania, and Warid Uganda .
Flying start for South Africa as a mobile recharge destination with KeepCalling.net. 4 mobile recharge operators are enlisted from the start: 8TA, CellC, MTN and Vodacom.
KeepCalling.net's network expansion is fueled by its main aim: to integrate superior customer service, maintain the highest standards of technology and a limited, but well established range of products at affordable rates.
Keeping up with trends, KeepCalling.net offers friendly and simple interfaces for all its websites. Plus KeepCalling’s services are even more attractive and trustworthy since a 24/7 Customer Service and a comprehensive Help Center are available in both English and Spanish at all times.
KeepCalling offers an affordable alternative for international mobile recharge. What differentiates it from the other services are the low prices offered, the frequent promotions, the simplified online recharge process and the fast credit transfer.
KeepCalling.net is an interactive website designed by KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in USA. KeepCalling services are available worldwide from any computer with an Internet connection. KeepCalling, the company behind KeepCalling.net, offers other telecom solutions apart from mobile recharge: Prepaid Voice, Virtual Number, Monthly Plans, WebFax, Web Call and Web SMS through various ethnic websites. Presently, KeepCalling provides its services to over 150,000 consumers and businesses, with a focus on customer satisfaction. In 2012, Inc Magazine listed KeepCalling as the 21st fastest growing company in the telecommunications industry.
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