Early Christmas Gifts for Haitians Abroad: Extra Calling Credit to Call Haiti or Other International Destinations with SalutHaiti.com


Calling credit gift for international use is ready to grab on SalutHaiti.com starting December 8, 2017.

Haitians abroad get free calling credit that never expires, as an early Christmas gift for their calls to Haiti, as well as other international destinations.


SalutHaiti.com, the the telco service for Haitian expats worldwide, launches a Christmas giveaway campaign between December 8-10, 2017. A $2 Voice Credit bonus is available on SalutHaiti.com for everyone with a free account on the website. The Bonus applies on every order of minimum $15 Voice Credit balance using coupon XMASX2: The offer is available until December 10, and the online purchase takes seconds.

The bonus applies instantly until December 10, 2017, and it never expires, which is valid for Voice Credit balance with SalutHaiti.com in general. So, using coupon XMASX2 gets one $17 calling balance, for an order of $15. The credit can be used anytime to call Haiti landlines and mobiles, as well as send SMS, without the constraints of any contract. For new customers it is important to understand that the PIN will be received by email after this first purchase on SalutHaiti.com.

Voice Credit on SalutHaiti.com is international calling credit can be purchased on the website in seconds, from any country in the world, using any major card or PayPal. The Android users can also get Voice Credit from the Android calling app, called KeepCalling, available on Play Store / Google Play.

KeepCalling app can be installed for free on both Android and iOS devices, and comes with the same benefits as anyone holding an account on SalutHaiti:

  • Free features: Speed Dial, PINless, Auto-Recharge, Voice Prompts
  • 24/7 friendly and prompt Support
  • Loyalty rewards
  • Regular Bonuses and Discounts
  • Online transactions and call history
  • Self catering purchases in seconds

The Haitian community also meet on Facebook for more giveaways and contests: https://www.facebook.com/SalutHaiti/

For those not using a smartphone, SalutHaiti.com makes available access numbers that work like a smart and economical phone cards, without the hassle of grabbing it from a store. One only needs to visit SalutHaiti.com to check the access number in his/her area from (Access Numbers page), then dial it from any regular phone, old school cellular phone, pay phone, or landlines, next enter the PIN and dial the destination number in international format.

No matter what method one uses to call with SalutHaiti.com balance, whether KeepCalling app or an access number, it costs 19.9 ¢/minute to call landlines in Haiti and 28.9 ¢/minute to call cellular phones there. No hidden fees apply.     

Besides Voice Credit for international calling via KeepCalling app or an access number, SalutHaiti offers Mobile Recharge. The service facilitates mobile credit transfers to relatives and friends in Haiti for a minimum processing fee. Basically, it takes seconds only to top up a mobile in Haiti using Mobile Recharge form, and no contract is needed. The cellular phones in Haiti that can be loaded via SalutHaiti.com are prepaid ones subscribed to: Digicel, Natcom, or Voila. The latest news is that Natcom is running a promotion that gets people in Haiti unlimited data, while Digicel makes available Plans as well.

SalutHaiti.com is a website serving the Haitian diaspora in the USA, Canada, Australia, Asia and Europe. It is a brand of KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in USA, who launched International Homesickness Day for the first time in history in 2016. Presently, KeepCalling provides its services to hundreds of thousands of consumers , with a focus on customer satisfaction. KeepCalling was listed by Inc 5000 as one of the fastest growing companies in the USA for 5 consecutive years.

Powered by WPeMatico

You might like

About the Author: Carrie Brunner

Carrie Brunner grew up in a small town in northern New Brunswick. She studied chemistry in college, graduated, and married her husband one month later. They were then blessed with two baby boys within the first four years of marriage. Having babies gave their family a desire to return to the old paths – to nourish their family with traditional, homegrown foods; rid their home of toxic chemicals and petroleum products; and give their boys a chance to know a simple, sustainable way of life. They are currently building a homestead from scratch on two little acres in central Texas. There’s a lot to be done to become somewhat self-sufficient, but they are debt-free and get to spend their days living this simple, good life together with their five young children. Carrie writes mostly on provincial stories.
%d bloggers like this: