10 New Mobile Recharge Operators for Africa on MobileRecharge.com

MobileRecharge.com enhances its mobile recharge destination list by adding 10 new operators for South Africa and Central African Republic, Benin, Burkina Faso, Kenya, Somalia, Morocco and Tanzania.

Atlanta, Georgia (I-Newswire) January 10, 2013 - MobileRecharge.com enhanced its network by adding 10 new mobile recharge operators in Africa. MobileRecharge.com customers can now make international mobile recharges to new operators in Kenya, Tanzania, Morocco, Central African Republic, Somalia, Burkina Faso, Benin and South Africa.

Orange Kenya, Tigo Tanzania and Meditel Morocco play an important role in MobileRecharge.com's growth strategy, since each fill an important function in those particular countries of operation.

Orange Kenya mobiles can now receive credit from anywhere in the world. With MobileRecharge.com customers can make mobile recharges to mobiles pertaining to Orange Kenya, the only integrated telecommunications solutions provider operating in the country.

Tigo Tanzania is another mobile recharge operator facilitating international mobile credit transfers to Tanzania mobiles. Tigo is known for its innovative products and secure mobile financial services with 'Tigo Pesa.' It is also the first cellular network in Tanzania and the most affordable and innovative mobile phone operator in this country.

Morocco becomes one of the most embracing mobile recharge destinations since Meditel was added to round up the operator range to 5. Meditel is the second licensed mobile telephony company, following Morocco Telecom, the leader in the Moroccan market, also available on MobileRecharge.com.

Mobile recharges on MobileRecharge.com are now available for 5 new countries: Central African Republic, Somalia, Burkina Faso, Benin, and South Africa.

Orange in Central African Republic was added on MobileRecharge.com as the first international operator for recharges to this country.

Nationlink mobiles in Somalia can also receive mobile credit through their mobile recharge service. Nationlink Somalia is one of the leading telecommunications service providers in the country.

Burkina Faso is another new destination for international mobile recharges made through Onatel Telmob, a company with a large coverage, focused on latest technologies and well known for high social implication through the projects of its dynamic humanitarian foundation.

Moov Benin is now an option for international mobile recharges. Anyone holding an account on MobileRecharge.com can transfer mobile credit to Benin, through Moov. The company relies on solid resources to deliver the telephony of tomorrow in the countries it operates.

South Africa makes available 4 mobile recharge operators from the start: 8TA, CellC, MTN and Vodacom. All four are key operators in the region.

8TA South Africa is a fresh brand of Telkom and South Africa's newest mobile network, addressing the new mobile market, keen on simplicity, straightforward prices and relevant products. CellC is South Africa's third cellular operator with great focus on economic products. MTN South Africa, part of a multinational company has a rich tradition in top up products, while Vodacom is a fresh and popular service among Southern Africans.

MobileRecharge.com'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, MobileRecharge.com offers the chance to make a mobile recharge in less than 1 minute, using mobile-friendly and simple interfaces. What makes the service even more attractive and trustworthy are the 24/7 Customer Service and a comprehensive Help Center.

MobileRecharge.com guarantees 100% transaction security and satisfaction. All major payment methods are accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and PayPal.

MobileRecharge.com, a brand of KeepCalling company, is 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.

About MobileRecharge.com

MobileRecharge.com is an interactive website designed by KeepCalling, a global telecommunications co   More..mpany registered in 2002 in USA. KeepCalling services are available worldwide from any computer with Internet connection. KeepCalling, the company behind MobileRecharge.com, offers other telecom solutions apart from mobile recharge: Prepaid Voice, Virtual Number, Monthly Plans, WebFax, Web Call and Web MobileRecharge.com, recharge South Africa, recharge Central Africa, recharge Kenya, 8TA, CellC, MTN and Vodacom, phone, call, calling, prepaid, top up, airtime, promotion, Moov, Benin, Onatel, Burkina, Faso, Orange, recharge, credit, send credit, KeepCalling, Inc Magazine, Prepaid Voice, Virtual Number, Monthly Plans, WebFax, Web Call, Web SMS, Citycell, Teletalk, Bangladesh, Movistar, Digicel.Less..

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