Claro and Natcom Mobile Recharge Offers on presents its ongoing promotions available for Natcom in Haiti and Claro in Dominican Republic.

Atlanta, Georgia (I-Newswire) February 7, 2013 - offers double and triple bonuses for credit recharges to Natcom mobiles in Haiti, and multiple bonuses for Claro Dominican Republic.

Now customers from all around the world can recharge Claro mobiles in Dominican Republic and Natcom mobiles in Haiti and at the same time send them extra credit for free. On the process of recharging a mobile phone takes less than one minute and can be done in three easy steps.

The ongoing promotion for top ups to Natcom in Haiti offers double amount for any recharges between $5 and $7.99. The mobile recharge amounts of $8 or above qualify for a triple bonus. runs an on-going multiple bonus mobile recharge promotion on top ups to Claro Dominican Republic. Customers sending mobile credit to Claro subscribers in Dominican Republic receive from $1 to $12 extra according to the value sent to CDMA users, while GSM customers receive a mixed bonus: 20%-24% for voice, 3%-4% for SMS and 3%-4% for data.

With any recharge process takes less than 1 minute. Keeping up with mobile trends, uses mobile-friendly and simple interfaces. What makes the service even more attractive and trustworthy are the 24/7 Customer Service and the comprehensive Help Center. runs a policy focused on integrating superior customer service, while maintaining the highest standards of technology at affordable rates. guarantees 100% transaction security and satisfaction. All major payment methods are accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and PayPal., 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 KeepCalling is an interactive website designed by KeepCalling, a global telecommunications co   More..mpany registered in 2002 in USA. The KeepCalling services are available worldwide from any computer with an Internet connection. KeepCalling, the company behind, 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.Less..

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