Keeping in Touch Shouldn’t Be a Burden

Keeping in Touch Shouldn’t Be a Burden

After graduating, leaving the country for a job or to be with the one you love, relocating to another country there comes a time when it’s no longer possible to just take a bus and have a drink with friends after work or see your grandparents on holidays. While there are more ways you can stay connected, it’s always easier to just pick up the phone and dial. Way easier than social media. However, it’s often quite expensive to do so. Subscribe Now.

Being far away does not mean that you can’t stay close. It just means you have to take a little bit of a different approach. Here are two things you need to consider when connecting with your long-distance friends and family. Subscribe Now.

  1. Optimize Your Phone Calls

Picking up the phone sounds obvious enough, but when your job, family, S.O., new friends, classes, and errands are filling up your every minute, it can feel almost impossible to spend an hour chatting with your pals. Subscribe Now.

So, if you find yourself strapped for time, weekly or bimonthly conference calls are a great answer. Set a standing date—like every Tuesday night or the last Sunday of the month—and catch up with your five closest friends all at once. Or try conference calling 2.0: the Google Hangout. Unlike Skype and Facetime, you can chat with up to 10 people at a time. You can also watch YouTube videos together, share docs, or even wear and laugh at silly hats. (Or, grab mimosas and have a virtual brunch!) Subscribe Now.

And while group calls are ideal for close-knit groups, and for events like birthdays, wedding planning, and when you have major news to share—sometimes you need the old-fashioned one-on-one calls, too. Even if that means talking once a month instead of every week, you’ll feel more connected when you keep up these calls. If it’s hard to find time after work, try to squeeze them in on your commute or while going for a walk. Subscribe Now.

  1. Find a Way to Make Cheaper Calls

Making calls is the easiest way stay in contact yet often the most expensive. However, there are ways to get around the cost. Using your local service provider equipped with a roaming plan is still going to turn out relatively expensive.

If you’re a Philippines native living in Canada, who has friends and loved ones still residing there, then Globe DUO Canada is especially for you!

Why Globe DUO Canada?

When making calls from Canada to the Philippines to numbers hosted by Globe mobile or Touch mobile using calling cards, there is a charge of about 10-15 cents per minute. That is not the case with Globe DUO Canada. Globe DUO Canada doesn’t have roaming charges nor minutes based charges. For only US $39 per month, you can take advantage of unlimited call time to the Philippines.

With Globe DUO Canada, you can benefit from a fixed low long distance call rates in 3 simple steps:

  1. Register your loved one’s Globe or TM number in the Philippines
  2. Globe DUO assigns them a Canadian landline number
  3. Call them anytime Mag-telebabad na!

Please visit  https://duocanada.com  for more information on how you can benefit from this excellent service today!

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International calls don’t need to be expensive, but why are they?

International calls don’t need to be expensive, but why are they?

The Philippines is a profoundly migrant nation with a large number of citizens leaving the country every year and over 10% of the residents work overseas. Remarkably, many of migrants are female who frequently have young children left behind. The bonds present in such families rely oninternational communication, which, for Filipinos (as in many others in developing countries), is growing more reliant upon cell phones.

Lately, some questions arose as to why calls made to some countries are higher priced than other countries, and why we were only quite recently able to lower these rates for some countries, but not others. Regrettably, we don’t have full power over the international rates. There are some determinants in the process of deciding on a call rate for a region. It depends chiefly on how united the country is to the rest of the world, and how competitive the telecom industry is in the country. Many countries have the obstacle or market domination and limited connectivity, which will hopefully improve shortly.

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Comway has an exclusive partnership with Globe from 2013 July to 2015 September. Now Globe has opened a distribution to many other distributors in Canada, because of the demand that Comway has produced. Globe decided to do this, despite the fact that Comway has invested much money and time to develop the market from 2013 July to September 2015.

Usually all Major telecom companies offer 10-15 cents/Minutes, Globe is the only one offer unlimited service to the Philippines, We are Comway,proud that we had introduced Globe DUO Canada, and we have launched in 2013 July, now the service sustainable growing, subscribers have increased on a daily basis.

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Comway has discovered this gap in knowledge and pricing discomforting as well, and we want to show our honest disappointment to our buyers. We know how costly international calls can be (especially calls to the Philipines), and if there were a way we could minimize the rates all-around,we definitely would. Thankfully, with Comway you never have to be bothered about disruption or connection fees. There are no hidden charges, contrary to many less consumer-friendly services and calling cards. We promise you we will proceed to offer greatly competitive rates and give you high-quality service.

Making overseas calls to the Philippines using minutes is not cost effective. For this reason, Comway has introduced Globe DUO Canada Unlimited calling services to the Philippines for just $28/Month. There’re always ways to save money with Comway. Just think; all of your calls back home could be no more than $28/month!

 

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