5 things Chilean expats do because they are Chilean

No doubt about it, Chileans are among the courageous immigrants. In 2007, migrationmap.com reported over 210,000 Chileans living in Argentina, over 135,000 in the USA, Australia and Canada, and many more as far as Europe (Spain, Germany, Sweden and France). In the previous years, the immigration waves took even more Chileans out of their motherland. They’ve been […]

“Made for China” vs. “Made in China”: movies, big brands, long-distance top ups to China

China’s history is marked by thousands of years of world-changing innovations: from the compass and gunpowder to acupuncture and the printing press. No one should be surprised that China has re-emerged as an economic superpower. ( Gary Locke)  Made in China, ring a bell? We’ve all had something like that, whether we were Chinese, European, […]

3 things that make Cuban mothers happy… besides Doble Bono

Cuban women are very complex women. That is why they are so much valued and appreciated worldwide. They are known for being round characters: highly caring, discrete seducers, talented dancers, friendly and communicative sisters, pals and partners, politically courageous, professionally involved and responsible. But what makes these loving mothers happy? Here is a brief list to start your […]

How do people support Nepal these days?

The recent earthquakes in Nepal shook not only the ground, but many lives and worldwide media. People from all over the world joined hands with the Nepalese, as well as local and international organizations. All of a sudden Internetland open up, and people came together in order to support Nepal and those in need. For those willing […]

9 things to tell your mom on Mother’s Day

“Life began with waking up and loving my mother’s face.”   –    George Eliot In the United States, Mother’s Day was calendar-pinned in 1908 as a day to celebrate motherhood and mother-bonds by the activist Anna Jarvis. The same event seemed to have influenced Cuba and other Latin American countries in embracing the feast. But the […]

Why people choose MobileRecharge.com over other providers

Every 2 seconds someone new joins MobileRecharge.com. So by now, we kind of figured it out pretty well why people choose this top up service for international recharges instead of other providers, who seem more or less the same… but are not 🙂 If you ever wondered why certain services are so likable and others […]

5 Best and 5 Worst things about USA in expats’ view

Paradise lost and Paradise re-gained at once. How else would you to sum up the pros and cons of your expat life in the USA? Good: Opportunities, opportunities! The land of opportunity is already a popular concept and saying among expats in the USA, many times associated with the American Dream. The phrase is used to suggest […]

April’s promotions bring extra credit for national and international calls and SMS, Internet & more gifts

April orders bring extra rewards on your international top ups of mobiles in other countries. Let’s have a look over the most popular promotions in April! More promotions coming up! Stay tuned for more promotions on our Facebook or Twitter pages.  Become a fan or Follow us and you’ll get notified about promotions in real […]

Do you pay enough attention to Customer Service when choosing a service?

Did it ever happen to you to call Customer Support and “press 1” then “press 2” and finally get no answer at all? Or did you hung up after waiting on the line for a lot of time? Because somehow you understood nobody was going to help you at the other end? We’ve all been there before… […]

How to save money & time on your long-distance Easter gifts

Many of us have already been through the adventure of sending a package from one country to another. And if you’ll need it in the future, get ready for some hassle, no joke about it. To spare you of Easter hunting head-aches, we put together a list you may find useful before you decide upon […]