Colombians, Thai and Panamanians worldwide have more options now to send credit to mobiles in their native countries. In less than one minute they can now refill their family’s and friends’ cell phones on MobileRecharge.com. In the last month, three more networks have been added on MobileRecharge.com to facilitate international mobile top ups to Avantel Colombia,
True Move H* Thailand and Claro Panama. The credit is transferred from one’s MobileRecharge.com account to a mobile phone in any of the above-mentioned countries. It takes less than 1 minute if one uses the following form: http://mobilerecharge.com/buy/mobile_recharge
For Spanish speaking users, MobileRecharge.com is available in their native language too, besides English and all other widely spread languages. Plus the top up can be made on the go using the Android or iOS app called MobileRecharge. It is free to install on Google Play and App Store and has all functions of the website.
Opening an account is free on MobileRecharge.com. Another great advantage is that the entire history log, that is all transactions (invoices) are available in the account 24/7, and have no expiration date.
While registering, it is a good idea to subscribe to their Newsletter because MobileRecharge.com only sends offers by email.
The service addresses mainly expats worldwide. According to MigrationMap.com, hundreds of thousands of Colombians migrated in various parts of the world: the USA (around 300 thousand only in 2007), Canada,
Venezuela, Spain, Ecuador, Germany, Panama, UK, France, just to mention the top of the list. Besides the newly added Avatel, Colombian expats can top up other major networks back home: Claro, Movistar, Tigo, Uff, Virgin, ETB and Une.
The same website, MigrationMap.com gives us the top five migration destination for Panamanians: the USA, Costa Rica, Canada, Spain, Germany. Besides the newly listed operator Claro, people back home can receive mobile credit from abroad to their Movistar and Digicel mobiles. Moreover, Movistar hosts regular promotions which saves up to 400% of the value received by the friend or family member in Panama. It only takes to make a recharge of minimum $5.
Thai expats, on the other hand, preferred a bit different destinations by the year 2007: the USA, Taiwan, Malaysia, Cambodia and China. All these can send mobile credit now to True Move H mobiles as well as the older operators on MobileRecharge.com: Ais, dtac and True Move.
What someone needs to do in order to top up a mobile in Colombia, Thailand and Panama is:
MobileRecharge.com is an interactive website designed by KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in the USA. Presently, KeepCalling provides its services to hundreds of thousands of consumers and businesses, 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.
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