Internet Connect Offers Salvadorans Worldwide $2 Bonus Credit for Their International Calls on Mother’s Day Offers Salvadorans Worldwide $ 2 Bonus Credit for Their International Calls on Mother’s Day

Atlanta, Georgia (PRWEB) May 09, 2015 launches a most awaited promotion for all Salvadoran expats in the USA and other parts of the world in order to facilitate calls on Mother’s Day. Salvadorans worldwide are invited to use coupon SMILE on between May 7-9 in order to claim their calling credit Bonus worth of $ 2 free calling credit.

The Bonus applies immediately if the coupon SMILE is used when placing a Voice Credit order of $ 15 minimum between May 7-9. The offers addresses anyone holding a free account on

The Bonus can be used for international calls to El Salvador or any other international destinations on

The regular calling rates on calls to El Salvador are the following:

-10.9 ¢/min when calling Claro landlines

-16.9 ¢/min on calls to all mobiles

-16.9 ¢/min on calls to the rest of the landlines

For example, the $ 2 Bonus brings 11 free minutes to mobiles in El Salvador, 33 SMS or 11 minutes to landlines. But, of course, the balance can be used to call mobiles and landlines, as well as send SMS. There is no restriction.

There are 3 ways to call El Salvador with

-KeepCalling app for international calls and SMS (it costs nothing to install on iPhone, iPad and any Android device)

-Local or toll free access numbers for calls from any phone (landline, mobile, pay phone) to any phone; no Internet connection needed

-Web Call app for desktop-to-phone calls and SMS (no download needed, no extra costs besides the Voice Credit balance)

Besides the $ 2 Bonus on Voice Credit, everyone will also get Thank You points for free calls from There is a special section in the online account where this information can be checked. suggests also that mobile top ups for mothers living in El Salvador make perfect gifts on Mother’s Day. Top ups of phones in El Salvador are available at . For top ups to Tigo mobiles, adds 60 minutes for calls to the United States, while for Claro mobile refills 500% extra credit is added for calls to Canada and the USA, as well as Claro-to-Calro calls. The other networks available for international top ups are: Movistar and Digicel.

Why thousands of hundreds of customers use

-No costs to create an account

-Balance never expires

-KeepCalling app for international calls

-High privacy protection (TRUSTe label)

-100% security of transactions

-Transparency of service and no hidden fees (BBB accredited)

-100% Customer Satisfaction and 24/7 honest and friendly Support (BBB label)

-Invoices and activity log available at any time in the online account

-Mobile friendly website

-Easy to use service

About is an interactive website designed by KeepCalling, a global telecommunications company registered in 2002 in 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 in top 20 telecom companies in the USA for the last 4 years. In 2014 the company was designated the 18th fastest growing company in the telecommunications industry in USA with a revenue increase of over 600% from 2010 to 2013.

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Media 54 LLC Is Changing the Way You Do Business One Cloud at a Time

Media 54 LLC Is Changing the Way You Do Business One Cloud at a Time

Media 54 LLC

Boca Raton, FL (PRWEB) October 29, 2014

Media 54 LLC Forms Strategic Alliances with KBA Alliances and the Microsoft Partner Network To Offer Cloud Services. Media 54 LLC is highly motivated by the idea of building strong relationships and superior communication solutions with its partner associates and customers. “Media 54 LLC now provisions and supports, The Cloud, for small businesses.”

Over time Media 54 LLC has invested in all of the high quality hardware, software, storage drives, battery backup, firewall, virus protection, wireless routers, cables, modems, and the myriad of other items necessary to keep the network applications running at top performance. Media 54 LLC like many other small companies have experienced hardware and software becoming obsolete in a few short years and being forced to pay for patches, licenses and upgrades. Can other businesses relate to spending hours downloading software and then in a short time having to reinstall software or running out of room or having to add external storage devices and then running out of storage again?

Sometimes email, connectivity and the company intranet would go down without warning for hours at a time and usually this happened at less than opportune times like when launching a new customers website and email delivery system. Many larger companies have had no choice but to hire expensive IT firms. Some companies have put together new networking plans and recycled some of their older software, hardware and servers or purchased expensive state of the art servers. Many medium to larger size companies have had to upgrade server firewalls, keyboards, videos or visual display units and mouse. IT departments never sleep and often work weekends and evenings getting networks up and running. Most businesses can relate to these experiences. Even smaller companies experience these same types of network problems, endless upgrades and sky high costs. Media 54 LLC first customer, who we will call, the ABC Company,” a medium size company with ten employees decided to go for a state of the art network plan. ABC Company spent a little over $ 50,000 in a four month period. The estimated cost was about $ 55,000 which included email and SharePoint 2011. ABC company should have been happy, right? Well, not exactly and here is why. First, the uninterruptible power source units or UPS units blew and their servers started this annoying beeping that was heard throughout the entire office. Employees left to work at Starbucks to get away from the noise and to get Internet connectivity. The ABC Company office building really did not have the right power management to run all the servers and state-of-the-art technology without hiring an electrician to set up a special connection. So, the IT staff ran down to Office Depot and bought a couple more power units to get the network back up and running.

The next day, their neighborhood had a brown out. The company email and entire network was down for five hours. Needless to say, the company was frustrated with the loss of productivity, in addition to all of the time and money spent. The IT staff followed the network plan. Professionals were hired and serious serious dollars were spent. However there was no guarantee of email connectivity and dependable intranet in which to share and exchange documents.

The cost savings of creating a virtual office with an email delivery system, company intranet and ways to share documents through a Hosted Web Server account should start to make a whole lot of sense. The ABC Company spent $ 50,000 trying to do everything on their own in-house. As a result of these types of experiences, the ABC company finally made the switch to, “Get in the Cloud.”

Businesses now have complete freedom to conduct daily business, without having to worry about security, software applications and hardware problems. Email is critical to your business, and that does not mean that you have to manage it all by yourself. Microsoft Office 365 provides built-in business continuity, disaster recovery, continuous data backups and industry certified data centers.

Media 54 LLC together with KBA Alliances and the Microsoft Partner Network can handle upgrades, so you are running recent, not prehistoric software. Content Management Systems to allow for the sharing of documents based on a person’s ability to contribute to improved reporting, billing and information sharing critical to your organization is also available.

Many software and hosting companies alike have spent unbelievable amounts of money building security. No company has spent as much as Microsoft on security. It would be hard for the majority of businesses in the world to match it.


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